Confusion Behind the Wheel — The Strangest Car Dashboards Ever!

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Sometimes auto designers drink. Sometimes they drink way too much, but not enough to stop them from coming in to work and designing car interiors. Too bad. This is the result when that happens.

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Lancia Beta Trevi

Lancia Beta Trevi. If one of those buttons and dials fires a rocket, OK. Otherwise, this is all just a tease.
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Fiat Multipla (2002)

Fiat Multipla (2002). If you really want your interior to look like a $39.99 K-Mart boom box, this is the car for you.
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Aston Martin Lagonda

Aston Martin Lagonda. This is what 1982 thought the future would look like. It’s the New Wave of auto interiors! And that little steering wheel would make us a LOT less anxious if we were doing lines of blow.
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Citroën GS

Citroën GS. We think the idea here is that if you build a car that looks like it has already been stripped by wandering hobos, actual wandering hobos will leave it alone.
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Lancia Concept (1970)

Lancia Concept (1970). If there’s justice in the world, that balloon-thing in the middle of the steering wheel is THE WORLD’S LOUDEST CAR HORN.
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Lancia Orca (1982)

Lancia Orca (1982). We don’t really believe that’s an ATM machine in the steering wheel and a credit card swiper on the right. It just looks like it.
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Tesla Model S

Tesla Model S. This interior has a 17″ touch screen inside for drivers who don’t see very well. Um…
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Vector W8

Ostrich Leather in the Vector W8. In the early 90s, for a while, everything was going to be about Ostrich. Someone got talked into making a car with an Ostrich leather interior. To go with the Ostrich burger you were going to be eating.
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Maserati Boomerang Concept (1972)

Maserati Boomerang Concept (1972). This is for all you who grew up on Speed Racer and think having gauges, dials and buttons inside your steering wheel is just the coolest.
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Pagani Huayra (2012)

Pagani Huayra (2012). Most modern cars have given up on Buck Rogers. Not the Pagani. Got chrome?
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