Given the complex construction of the externals, the cockpit is developed within tighter, albeit more refined, margins. “It was not possible to make too many inroads into the Japanese layout for cost reasons and because it was ergonomically perfect”, explains Virgilio Fernandez, interior design chief. “But we did aim to achieve a much more material atmosphere, use our leather, and achieve a classic and contemporary old-tech tactile and visual language”. “We even modified the seat stitching”, echoes Roberto Corongiu, head of the project’s colour&trim. Right down to the details, then, the project aimed to be warmer and more touristic. More in compliance with the idea of the Italian spider.
Full article in Auto&Design no. 220