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This Chinese concept car has secret tech in every corner

This Chinese concept car has secret tech in every corner

This car has hidden appliances and secret tech in almost every corner. 

Designed by NOBO Auto, the Chinese concept car was just unveiled at IAA in Germany. 

Supercar Blondie’s Sergi Galiano just gave us a tour and it’s seriously mind-blowing.

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For starters, when you walk up to this car, the shape of it literally transforms

With the push of a button, the rear of the car extends so far back that it turns the SUV into a pickup truck.

Then once you open the doors, the front chairs swivel 180 degrees so the front passengers can face those in the back. 

And to make it even cozier, NOBO has built a secret picnic table into the car.

Under the dash at the front, you’ll find a secret door. 

This door opens to reveal a center console that slides out into the middle of the car. 

It’s no normal center console either, it’s stacked with hidden appliances. 

For starters, it has a little fold-out picnic table, and under that, a full-size coffee machine.

If you look up, you’ll find a TV concealed in the ceiling. 

This drops down and folds out with the touch of a button – giving the backseat passengers a cinema-like experience. 

Then in between the two back seats, the rear console hides more secret tech. 

Built into the console is a touch screen that pops up when you want it and lies flat when not in use. 

And behind this, NOBO has included something you would otherwise only find in a $400,000 Rolls-Royce.

You can watch it in action here!

In between the two back seats, you’ll find a secret bar. 

This bar has been designed specifically for a bottle of champagne and a couple of flutes. 

This incredible concept car was fitted out by NOBO Auto, a Chinese company that specializes in auto interiors and electrics. 

And if this concept is anything to go by, we eagerly await their next project.