Kinda like the dash and the 4K TV in the back....

plusplusjames | February 18, 2014

Uh, who drives? The driver or the passenger?

tesla.mahedy | February 18, 2014

Not my style, but would be interesting for automakers looking to have one car for LHD and RHD countries.

Mathew98 | February 18, 2014

It's "Pimp My Ride", EU version.

That's a cool concept for self driving vehicle. However, puking green isn't really my color...

Interesting, a coffee maker instead of a center console.

Hundreds of thousands of dollar of upgrades and it's still missing cup holders and grab handles. Where are the vanity lighted mirrors??? This cool concept also determined they are not needed.

Not that I care for any of those items but some early adopters might still gripe about them. I vote for the big screen LCD TV instead.

MassX1317 | February 18, 2014

I want to see a company make that car and not go bankrupt. Not very practical and does a great job of showing of how awesome the current version of the Tesla Model S is.

The one thing I liked was the redesign of the nose. Besides that it looks like pimp my ride threw up on my car.

Dramsey | February 18, 2014

The watch winder above the steering wheel is simply bizarre.

PaceyWhitter | February 18, 2014

Obviously this demo assumes perfect auto drive capability and laws which allow the driver to take their eyes off the road.

By the time we get to that point we will probably be on the third or fourth generation of the Model S (assuming Tesla is still around.)

Tiebreaker | February 21, 2014

Is that a Cialis commercial?

bayfield | February 22, 2014

Nobody drives, it's an" autonomous " design like the Google car

Takatsume | February 22, 2014

Anybody else notice the Windows 8 desktop background on the passenger side dash? Should have stuck with Windows 7, or XP, or 3.11.

grega | February 22, 2014

Elon mentions assistance, then autopilot (but you're ready to take over), before fully autonomous.

I wonder where an extra step fits - autonomous most of the time, with 30 seconds notice of requiring a driver (or safe stopping).

GeirT | February 23, 2014

Very creative! Some of the stuff for certain to be considered sooner or later.

Loved the colour!

Captain_Zap | February 23, 2014

I still don't understand driverless cars.

In just about every situation I have been in people "negotiate" over who gets to drive. No one wants to be the passenger and everyone is a backseat driver.

How can you be a backseat driver when you have an autonomous car?

Joe H. | February 23, 2014

@Zap, My wife would find a way.

jordanrichard | February 23, 2014

Driverless cars will only happen in a controlled environment. Meaning, all cars are synch to each other and have the same level of control. Though a Tesla is light years ahead of a Model T, a Model T can still be driven on our roads (except highways). Unless all cars become linked up to each other, you are still going to have issues of accidents, speeding/reckless driving, traffic jams etc.