Just another blobby car coming from the Tokyo Auto Show. At least at first glance. Honda Puyo, however, has made a few points upon introduction. It’s a pedestrian-friendly car with no edges whatsoever, and it’s powered by a fuel cell making it green in the process. Puyo also glows in the dark and illuminates the proper path for the driver. Guess it needed to do so for it has the joystick instead of a steering wheel. Then again, there’s the looks. Not exactly on par with the advanced technology used in it.
Scion Hako Coupe
A proof that oddball compacts aren’t exclusively reserved for the Tokyo show. Scion Hako Coupe based on the xB hatch first made its appearance in New York. However, as you can imagine, it was put into motion by the Tokyo Design Division. It emphasizes on American vintage design, hence its boxy shape. Although we have nothing against boxy shape in general, Hako Coupe simply looks dreadful thanks to its wraparound windows, extremely flared fenders and upright windshield among other things. Take a look at it yourselves.