2009 Honda Skydeck Concept


At the Frankfurt Motor Show Honda was conspicuous by its absence. What he has failed Japanese carmakers there, he seems to want to make up in Tokyo. With a lot crazier studies appeared to be to fill the largest stand of a single issuer with ideas and concepts. One of the design highlights of the Tokyo Motor Show is certainly the Honda Skydeck Concept. Of course the study is far from a finished car, yet the futuristic family van with the lofty name of Honda Skydeck more than just interesting. The wide front windscreen to the roof and the glass roof to give the occupants a sense of boundless freedom. Even the seats have some free time look. The front doors open up and the rear doors can be pushed back. In other words, no door opens normally. No B-pillar obstructs the entry. If you want to sit in the third row, the seat can be slid under the seat in the second row the first row. Under the hood, PLUS a hybrid power unit for an environmentally friendly propulsion.


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