Virgin Hyperloop One is reportedly building the world's first functioning hyperloop transportation system in the UAE, so Dubai is a sensible place for the prototype interior's debut. Designworks says the cabin atmosphere has adjustable lighting to make the passenger space feel personalized for each traveler. In addition to using built-in digital displays for entertainment, a passenger can also adjust the temperature, including heating or cooling their seats.
Some inspiration has been taken from traditional Arabic patterns, according to Designworks, creating a combination of cultural references and futurism. "With the Virgin Hyperloop One design, we wanted to create a new visual expression for a new mode of public transportation," says Designworks' LA Studio design director, Johannes Lampela.