The wacky Honda Fuya-Jo concept was first shown in public
at the 1999 Tokyo Motor Show, but it made appearances
at international events up until 2002.
Now if there are two disciplines which - for a variety
of reasons - shouldn't be combined, it's drinking and
driving. Apparently Honda's designers missed that lecture
though because the Fuya-Jo is designed with the 24 hour
party scene in mind.
The whole interior of the Honda Fuya-Jo is designed to
look like a nightclub. The dash layout is inspired by
the shape of DJ turntables, and the floor has a non-slip,
spill-proof covering. So if your vodka and coke go flying
while you're trying to navigate a turn, there's no need
to worry. Or if someone's had too much to drink and can't
hold it in, you can always hose the interior out later.
The low floor level also makes it perfect for drunks to
The Fuya-Jo concept wasn't all about irresponsible fun
though. Powering the vehicle was an eco-friendly hybrid
Stylewise the Fuya-Jo was striking and eye-catching, but
not for the right reasons. As far as being a practical
vehicle which could have made it to production, the Fuya-Jo
was on a par with the Moller
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