Named after Mori Motonari, a legendary Japanese warrior, the Motonari RX would, quite literally, integrate the driver with the vehicle. Instead of a steering wheel and pedals, the driver would be enveloped in a "haptic envelope" made up of millions of tiny electrical probes.
Electrical impulses would communicate information from the vehicle and the road through the driver's skin. Acceleration and direction would be controlled through armrest-mounted touch points. The driver could directly change the shape of the vehicle - for instance, to optimize cornering - by changing his own position inside it.