According to Autocar, the T25 will seat three occupants with the driver front-and-center behind a mid-mounted steering wheel in an arrangement Murray calls iCentre. Out back, two seats flank that single drivers perch. That puts the T25 directly between the two-seat Smart Fortwo and four-seat (or, 3+1 as Toyota puts it) iQ.
Despite seating one fewer passenger than the Toyota iQ, the T25 will reportedly sport more total interior volume (750 liters) and luggage carrying capacity than either of its main competitors. To access the vehicle, there will be two doors, one in the traditional hatchback location and another echoing the old BMW Isetta by opening on a hinge at the very front of the car. Sounds interesting, we look forward to seeing the rest of Murray's interesting ideas take shape.