Tan ceiling and pillars. Dark grey dash, doors, seats, carpet, trunk area, hatch underside.
I figure they designed it that way so that anybody looking from above in sees nothing but darkness (all that grey), which helps preserve the "stealthiness", while the people inside have white overhead to reflect down any available outside light and help brighten the place up. I find it rather pleasant.
I have the dark grey interior and the beige A/B/C pillar covers and roof. I HAVE seen one with the grey A-pillar covers. Guy wanted to trade with me but I kept the light colored "top half" of the interior since my interior lighting glows nicely off the light pillars at night
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