Honda has revealed details of two its concept cars, due for unveiling at the Tokyo Motor Show, the CR-Z and PUYO.
Starting with the CR-Z (Compact Renaissance – Zero, apparently. Don't ask...) is a lightweight, spacious, neon blue-glowing sports concept utilising the hybrid IMA powertrain for low emissions and economy
PUYO is a gel-bodied fuel cell vehicle, strategically lit from below to highlight doors and ‘other manual functions’.
The seamless PUYO features include an instrument panel monitor, elastic-like controls made from cloth that rise up when the vehicle starts and luminous fluid level displays. The steering wheel, which is replaced by a joystick. If this ever comes to fruition, we suspect you won’t lose it in the car park...