Consumers are used to the customization of cars that includes little more than the tint of the windows and the programmed radio stations. The cutting-edge Land Rover CliQ concept offers owners the opportunity to change the actual shape of their vehicles with a few simple snap-on components to the body.
While the core of the coupe stays more or less identical in every model, tinkering with the back of the conveyance can transform it from a hatchback into a wagon or from a camper into a pickup. All of this can be achieved by swapping and rearranging the automobile's 'slices.' The modularity that enables such personalization continues inside Thomas Gilbert's Land Rover CliQ with a completely adaptable dashboard.