Sadly they might not do it with the current line up, or at least with a cutaway based on the current line up. With the chance of a plug-in hybrid Q30 coming to market that's what they could go after instead. That supports the broader picture they have going on.
Yeah no doubt. Most people know hybrids are better for the environment but don't know in what ways much like how everyone knows that eating fruits and vegetables are good for you but not everyone knows exactly the effect they have and how your body works with the nutrients they provide.
Broadening ones understanding of how it works builds on the whole tech experience since right now there's no burning need to buy a hybrid, gas prices aren't sky rocketing, the government isn't pressuring us to buy hybrids and taxing us to death on gasoline engine vehicles.
The VR thing they did was very cool but it was very basic. I'm sure they've worked on it quite a bit more but if they do the VR thing again, I'm assuming it'll just be a vehicle showcase with the VR goggles on, not something that will display all the tech involved and what not.