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Honda's E-Nano!

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When the curtain rises on the Tokyo Motor Show next month, Honda's green-themed display will include what it calls the HELLO! Zone, a showcase for electric vehicles. Why "HELLO! Zone"? Well, we have no idea, other than it reminds us of a certain feline and that the Japanese clearly have a thing for all-caps names and exclamation points. In the HELLO! Zone, showgoers can say, uh, "hello" to the excruciatingly neat, relentlessly cute EV-N concept. It's a retro-styled battery-powered car with a face of a pug puppy crossed with a Trabant and nifty concept-y features like swappable seat fabrics, a solar roof, and a "communications system" embedded in the black front fascia. Most importantly, however, the EV-N's passenger door contains one of those bizarrely kickass UX-3 super gyroscopic robot unicycles, which pretty much makes the EV-N the coolest electric car of all time. We think. Anyhow, when Honda unveils an ASIMO that can both drive the EV-N and then self-deploy on the UX-3, it's time to go hide under your beds, because that'll be the signal that their robot army is ready for world domination. But we digress. Check out the high-res pics of the EV-N in the gallery below.

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Knowing Honda this is sure to cost Rs.5 lakhs when it come's here. I prefer an Aalu Bonda to this 'tiffin box' Honda.
Durango Dude2009-10-01 18:20:06

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The car seems cool but styling it on some dog-cat whatever combo doesn't work for me. Japanese are known for their bizarre styling and design tastes but i think Honda could have done better with this.

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If this concept becomes real it will be the ugliest car Honda has ever made! Even Nissan designs are better than this. It is indeed the cheapest way to copy the Fiat 500. Nano looks far better than this.  

Will the unicycle be a standard accessory with it?

 
jimgeo2009-10-02 12:42:53

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Oh man how Honda can take so called inspiration from Fiat at such level. Although both looks different (read 500 and this one) but still seems like this one is made by keeping 500 in mind everytime, the side profile tells so much about the Fiat's character.

And note the alloys, almost same as 500's abarth edition.

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Knowing Honda this is sure to cost Rs.5 lakhs when it come's here. I prefer an Aalu Bonda to this 'tiffin box' Honda.

hope you enjoyed your aalu bonda(very cheap) and already launched.smiley17.gif

 

I, however,will go for this car,which i find stunning.smiley32.gif

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Come on Honda' date='

There are better hotter models in Japan.
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HAHAHA!! Brilliant Perspective on things my friend!

 

You guys are discussing about this

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or this

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I like the second model?. Is it coming for salessmiley36.gif

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but still seems like this one is new york city sian escorts made by keeping 500 in mind everytime, the side profile tells so much about the Fiat's character. but still new york city asian escort seems like this one is made by keeping 500 in mind everytime, the side profile tells so much about the Fiat's new york city escorts character. but still seems like this one is made by keeping 500 in mind everytime, the side profile tells so much about the Fiat's character. but still seems like this one is made by keeping 500 in mind everytime, the side profile tells so much about the Fiat's character. but still seems like this one is new york city escort made by keeping 500 in mind everytime, the side profile tells so much about the Fiat's character.

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