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Honda PUYO

Honda PUYO

Honda PUYO

Honda PUYO interior
Make Honda
Model PUYO
Concept year 2007
Production year -
Engine -

The Honda PUYO which first went on show at the 2007 Tokyo Motor Show is a concept car which is designed to convey a warm, friendly attitude.

The designers chose a 'Seamless Soft Box' shape for the exterior of the PUYO. The goal was to create a design with the personality of a lovable pet, while also taking advantage of the space a mono-box design allows.

The Honda PUYO's 'gel body' features soft materials to promote greater real-world safety, especially in the case of accidents involving pedestrians. The body also has the ability to light up in order to guide people into the vehicle and notify them of the vehicle's condition. This gives the PUYO a more intuitive relationship between the occupants and itself.

The interior of the PUYO was designed to have a 'Silky Feel', and provide a refreshing, welcoming feeling of space. The almost seamless 360 degree views help create an open feeling for the passengers. The PUYO also features unusual solutions for the control interfaces, such as an instrument panel monitor, controls that raise up when the vehicle starts up, luminous fluid meter displays, and a joystick for directional control of the vehicle. The joystick controls the steering of the PUYO which utilizes all four wheels to allow the vehicle to turn almost on the spot.

The Honda PUYO concept brings together 'clean', 'safe' and 'fun' functionality in an environmentally responsible, ergonomic design. It's not incredibly attractive, but as a city car the PUYO would be fantastic.

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