The autonomous vehicle allows its passenger to modify the current interior design dependent on their own preferences as well as changing seating arrangements, ambience and lighting.
Jonas Hernqvist, Vice President of Sales & Marking at NEVS, said: "This design is starting from an interior perspective, with the intention of showing how people can add quality to their lives by filling the time of travelling with value, and not wasting it by being stuck behind the wheel, sometimes for hours just to get across the downtown areas.
"This is why we are displaying this flexible and very user friendly concept. This is unique compared to others."
The InMotion car - which aims to reduce pollution and traffic on the roads - can have the interior details controlled using an app.
Explaining how it works, they added: "Upon arrival, InMotion will welcome the customer and prepare the interior space according to the personal needs. Occupants only enter and exit the vehicle from the side of the curb to increase safety.
"Extending the personalization experience InMotion provides seamless continuity from the previous ride, should the users wish. Or, how about the possibility to set the ambiance on the fly via an App. By using a mobile App to control InMotion functionality, the interior space is left uncluttered. Occupants access the App to control seat movements, Lighting Ambiance, Environment."
The InMotion car also benefits the wider public by easing congestion and making roads safer whilst also offering an individual tailored environment to the user. Those inside can also take advantage of the wireless charging modules and comfortable reclining seats.