I am so glad that they did. The interior is the primary reason that i chose the Sky over the Solstice.Page 126
Because of the speed we had Bob-walk-throughs every two weeks . . . Bob bought all our tradeoffs except one: The instrument panel was too similar to Solstice. Our plan was to use the same i.p., but color it differently. The Solstice, though, is more organic. The studio tried and tried, but Bob finally turned to me and said: "We've got to have two different exteriors and interiors. You have to do a new i.p."
Late concept interior
I'm curious about what you consider "overboard" about the Sky interior. The piano black center stack? Everything else, to me, anyway, seems very conventional.second.
the sky interior is just too much for me, but then any interior that goes overboard is; those Mercedes that you can change the lighting color on the dash is a turn off for me.
While in general I do agree with you, I would not that there has been (far) more than one Kappa that trashed its IC because the driver didn't know exactly where it was in reference to the concrete marker at the front of the parking stall they were parking in.it has front detection warning. if you are too clueless to know what's ahead of you, you really should not be driving.
I agree about the two-tone seats. Fortunately my '07 was monochrome black out of the box, and as soon as I get the motivation together (and some spare time) the '08 will match it. Both of mine have a black textured steering wheel hub and black textured plastic dash, with the piano black center stack, so i don't understand the colored steering wheel and dash cover, but the knobs are more prominent, mainly because the dash in general is simpler, though.the colored steerring wheel and dash cover, knobs more prevalent than the solstice, the two toned seats; too much for me. I like it simple, one color interior, one color dash to, the less knobs the better.
Isn't the "front detection warning" for collision avoidance? If it is I have it in the Equinox, it won't detect curbs, and doesn't even function below about 30 MPH.While in general I do agree with you, I would not that there has been (far) more than one Kappa that trashed its IC because the driver didn't know exactly where it was in reference to the concrete marker at the front of the parking stall they were parking in.