Honda EV-N concept is retro-adorable, has unicycle storage

Honda is planning to unveil its newest electric concept vehicle at the Tokyo motor show this October. The new Honda is extremely cute and retro, reminding us of the small cars of the ’70s. The car reminds us of a pug puppy face and sports futuristic features like swappable seat fabrics, a solar roof and a communications system embedded in the front of the car. This Honda has a battery powered electric motor that can be recharged by being plugged in to the main grid.

This tiny city car has will definitely blow away a few minds when first seen at the motor show. It also reminds us about how serious Honda is in developing and producing EVs for the future. The car’s coolest feature is that the passenger door contains a UX-3 super gyroscopic robot unicycle, just so you do not have to park your car and walk to the office or shopping mall. Simply extract the UX-3, sit on it and motor your way to your destination. By the looks of things an EV-N owner is bound to be the coolest EV owner in town.

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