If you’ve ever wondered what the inside of a hyperloop capsule might look like, you’re in luck.

Newly released photos of the interior of a full-scale capsule mock-up that went on public display in Dubai in February show a cabin that looks like that of a modern airliner but sleeker, if a bit more confined.

Designed for a route between Dubai and Abu Dhabi, the futuristic-looking pod prototype has room for five passengers in first class and 14 in economy. In first class, there are digital displays, temperature-controlled leather seats and touch screens that let passengers adjust the lighting from blue to pink, according to the website of Designworks, the Los Angeles-based consultancy that worked with Virgin Hyperloop One and Dubai’s Roads and Transit Authority to create the mock-up.