The KSF developed the Bertone Filo Concept, a combination between the man-machine interface and the interior of the car. The model uses drive by wire technology, so everything is controlled by wire. The front and the rear seats look like a sofa.
The Bertone Filo Concept was developed by SKF and uses 'drive by wire' technology. The concept is a combination between the man-machine interface and the car's interior. Everything is controlled by wire ( steering, acceleration, braking, gear change and clutch) and the driver has no direct control over the car.
Filo's designers created a dashboard free of obstructions and restraints. No steering column or pedals make for a relaxing driving position -- both the front and rear seats resemble sofa's.
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