We have heard all about the SSC Tuatara and even seen it in person. Now with a new video, we get to see what's inside the possibly-fastest-production car in the world.
Shelby Supercars has been parading their new Tuatara supercar around the country over the last few months and they have even announced that it will be built in Washington. The American company has just released a video showing the first look into the Tuatara's interior, and it doesn't disappoint. If you're building the fastest production car in the world, an ordinary interior just wouldn't do.
For starters, the passenger gets two small screens that show the amount of G's the car is pulling along with RPM and other important information that any good co-pilot would want to know. A large touchscreen computer in the center console allows for a variety of features while the driver gets two HUD displays, one showing gear and shift indicators while the other shows speed and other information. There is also a plethora of red buttons, however they are all functional. They control features like different driving modes and traction control amongst other machinations SSC has added to their new car.
In addition to Space Shuttle-inspired air-conditioning vents, the interior has a two-tone color scheme and a boisterous sound system. Check out the video below to see the full interior of Shelby Supercars Tuatara.