Inspired by Jason Castriota’s exterior styling, we carried some of the aerospace inspired design, as well as the car’s exterior design features, into the interior of the Tuatara.
The main gauge cluster area is a glass screen that is lit up by Pico projectors behind, and is similar to a HUD (Heads Up Display). On the driver’s side, 2 smaller HUD displays, are located on each side of the steering column; their design inspired by the Tuatara’s rear winglets.
The left HUD displays any vital information the driver chooses. These settings are available through a menu on the central command console.
The Tuatara will provide a unique, yet thrilling experience to its passengers by making them feel like more of a co-pilot instead of just a tag-along. Included in front of the passenger seat are 2 small auxiliary screens that provide the co-pilot information about the vehicle and their current experience, like its current speed, RPM or BHP.
The central console has a large touch screen. The buttons located near the touch screen control other important functions, like traction control, driving modes etc.
The exterior hole pattern design inspiration is not limited to the central console, but is also visible on the door panels, along the base of the windshield where it serves as the defrost vents, and along the rear console positioned between the seats.
Displayed in this interior fly-through are both the 7-Speed H-Pattern manual gear shift, as well as the steering column mounted 7-Speed paddle shift available as an option on the Tuatara.
The door pulls of the Tuatara are meant to resemble the styling of the flying buttresses from the rear sides of the car’s exterior.