The cockpit of the K-Liner is relatively simple. A steering wheel, a few switches, a few important gauges, and a few pull handles.
This thing goes way faster than a Cessna, so it feels appropriate to have an air speed gauge.
A pair of very important pull handles here: one for the chute and one for the fire suppression system. A safety pin is inserted in the fire pull handle to make sure the system is not accidentally set off while the car is not running.
For as narrow as the K-Liner is, the foot well looks pretty spacious. I’m not sure what the metal strap over the throttle is for… maybe it’s to prevent the driver from accidentally unleashing 1200hp when just moving the K-Liner around.
There’s not much in the way of comfort. Just strap in and go.
A few test runs in the books.