Skoda has released more sketches of its upcoming Vision E concept, which is set to debut at the 2017 Shanghai Motor Show. The carmaker had previously provided a first look at the exterior of the five-door SUV concept with a coupe-like design.

The futuristic interior shown here fits into the concept’s ethos, combining zero emissions driving with level 3 autonomy. Skoda says the airy cabin features four rotatable single seats, which are capable of being rotated by 20 degrees, and will swing outwards then the doors are open, making entry and exit easier.

Plenty of tech on show as well, starting with the car’s cockpit screen just ahead of the dashboard, which displays the usual information related to driving. A central touchscreen display on the dashboard allows the driver and front passenger to interact with the Skoda Connect system.

There’s also another display in front of the front passenger, while rear passengers get their own individual displays built into the backrests of the front seats. Passengers control their respective touch displays via a display located on the right armrest for the front passenger and between the two rear seats for those in the rear.

Furthermore, each door gets an integrated phone box that are capable of inductively charging smartphones. The individual passenger displays can also sync with individual smartphones, allowing personal settings, data and information to be displayed.

Ambient lighting, which is programmable in ten different colours, is integrated into the doors and below the dashboard in order to create a pleasing ambience preferred by driver or passengers.

The Vision E is powered by a pair of electric motors, one for each axle, which provides a total system output of 225 kW (302 hp) and a top speed of 180 km/h. Skoda says the electric vehicle has a range of up to 500 km thanks to the SUV’s lithium-ion batteries and energy recuperation system.