We don't call them "suicide doors" anymore after too many auto industry execs developed tics hearing their cars described that way. Rather, these are opposing doors that can create an entire open side of the vehicle.
Glass everywhere is your first impression inside: A glass-surfaced t-bar dash, a vast panoramic roof and a windshield that rises to almost meet it make the SF5 a nice place to see the world from -- or to grow tomatoes.
We'll take the dash and center stack details with a grain of salt until the SF5 is much closer to production. The jury is out on whether this level of buttonless screen is impressive, or just impressive to look at.
Three hundred miles of range isn't Earth-shattering but is very good. Things will get more interesting later as SF Motors digests its acquisition of InEVit, a battery tech startup led by Tesla co-founder Martin Eberhard.