Franco Sbarro shows off a new concept car at the 2009 Geneva auto show, featuring hubless wheels and a unique roadster design. But the Delphi vehicle interface is probably the most practical and innovative part of the car.
All of the buttons on this interface are virtual and respond to touches and gestures. For example, you can swipe a finger around the volume control to adjust the audio level. The navigation map can be moved around by swiping, as well.