As an expression of Pininfarina’s vision for a shared and hyperconnected mobility of the future, the Theorem was designed from the inside out. The designers started with an electric “skateboard” chassis, developed by German supplier Benteler, which allows the car to have a large, uninterrupted interior space.
Then they created the inner experience before turning outward, Pininfarina said.
With a length of 5,400 mm and a height of 1,400 mm, the Theorem is similar in size to the BMW 5 Series. It was designed to allow passengers to share experiences throughout the trip, but also to provide moments of privacy if desired.
Passengers are placed in a pentagon, with a single seat in front of two rows of two seats that creates a narrow cabin at the front that widens further back. A central modular area, similar to the home environment, allows passengers to participate in various activities, for example, retiring to a private space to work or sleep.