Interestingly, there is no B-pillar and both the front and rear doors open upwards.
The interior seats four and employs the use of Cosmic Ray light strips that Geely says links it to the exterior. There is a floating center console and large, portrait-style screen. Like the exterior, the cabin’s lighting changes depending on what state the vehicle is in, such as whether it’s charging, parking, or in motion. Although the Vision Starburst won’t go into production, it’s a promising sign of things to come from Geely in the years ahead.
“The Expanding Cosmos philosophy serves as a constant inspiration for our designers to discover a new and holistic design language that satisfies our ever-expanding and increasingly-diverse range of customers,” said Guy Burgoyne, Vice President of Geely Design Shanghai.