One year after the presentation of the first Hopium Machina rolling prototype, the French manufacturer of high-end hydrogen-powered sedans reveals today its concept car, Hopium Machina Vision, and offers for the first time an immersion inside the cabin.
Conceived by automotive designer Félix Godard – previously at Porsche, Tesla or Lucid – Hopium Machina Vision imagines the future of the Human/Machine relationship.
At the front, the pillar-to-pillar display provides a digital landscape of information, accessible to both driver and passenger. It can transform into a full or minimized layout as desired in a wave-like motion. The haptic console offers a new sensory connection with the interface.
At the back, passengers can enjoy the comfort of uncompromising interior space and an unparalleled sky view.
All the materials used for the interior are of the highest quality for the vehicle to stand the test of time and keep its spark while ensuring both transparency and traceability. These materials have been sourced in Europe to reduce their environmental impact.
The vehicle’s exterior design has been refined: Hopium Machina Vision displays a notchback silhouette that is both athletic and elegant, with a clever balance of proportions. The distinctive elements of Hopium Machina are also present, including the imposing grille that activates to optimize the cooling of the fuel cell system and the signature lighting inspired by waves on the surface of the water.