Designed by Chinese automaker GAC in its North American design studio California and unveiled in Detroit, the Entranze EV is one of the first concepts of its kind. It’s a road-trip-ready family vehicle with its unique interior layout, sitting three across up front and two each in the 2nd and 3rd row.
GAC’s Executive Design Director Pontus Fontaeus has an airline cabin design background, has headed the design of Entranze EV. Entranze EV passenger cabin and user interface is inspired by aircraft while the inside-out is not something you’d find on the runway. Almost 90% of battery-electric EV concept’s interior components have been made from environmentally-sustainable material like cork.
Entranze Concept design is equipped with semi-or full-autonomy as having head-up information cluster and voice-command activation system featured in cockpit design, along with two infotainment screens – one canted towards the driver and the other on the right aimed at the front passengers.
Its yet on display in Detroit with more vehicles of GAC, like GM6 minivan and the GS5 SUV. Watch below video