Design sketches hint that the interior will have that early 20th century automobile feel to it, with lots of leather throughout the cabin, an instrument cluster finished in aluminum and adorned with old school analogue gauges, as well as seating for up to five passengers. Speaking to Jalopnik, Icon founder Jonathan Ward told that "this project is currently only a concept, but one that I will move mountains to figure out how to get built. In keeping with the founding premise at Icon, of fusing vintage design with the best modern drive experience and technology, I can think of no better platform to build this on than the Tesla."
And that Tesla is the upcoming Model X. The Helios would borrow the all-electric crossover's chassis, all-wheel drive system, two electric motors and battery pack, which is believed to offer a 380-mile range. Unfortunately for people that might be interested in this bespoke vehicle, the Helios is currently categorized as a low-priority project. Development of the car will take at least 2 years from sketch to pre-production vehicle, so here's hope that this retro-futuristic madness will see fruition soon enough.