GM AUTOnomy Concept
From GM press: The GM AUTOnomy concept vehicle, unveiled at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit, demonstrated the first combination of fuel cell propulsion with “by-wire” technology to allow steering, braking, and other vehicle systems to be controlled electronically rather than mechanically.
Its sister vehicle, the GM Hy-wire concept, was introduced at the Paris Auto Show the same year. All of these vehicles' working parts were sandwiched into a six-inch thick skateboard-shaped chassis. There were no foot pedals, steering wheel, or instrument panel: all controls were located on a hand-operated steering guide similar to that found in airplanes.