Honda P-Nut

Honda P-Nut

Honda P-Nut

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New inventions are evidences that we as a technologically advanced society are still and will not be at the peak. It is however the courage to embrace changes that will bring us closer to the future. I think it is safe to say that the automobile industry in our society as of today is a huge industry by itself. And the designers and engineers of this society is a bunch that should be applauded, because it is on their shoulders that we put the task of creating and designing a more eco-friendly design and for a less accident automobile. With automobiles all over our good earth, it is undoubtedly a thing to work on what is already here; and that includes materials for engines and the works. Japan for one has been making a lot of concepts for the future of the automobile industry. Many of them we already see around us while there are also many who are still lined up for the upcoming car of the future market. One of these would be the Honda P-Nut or the Honda Personal Neo Urban Transport, or you can call it P-Nut – which I must say is probably on the list of peculiar yet futuristic designs out there; because Honda’s P-Nut here is a car that promotes the great view of the world around you. And did I also mention that P-Nut is also on the eco friendly boat? Because it is. P-Nut, indicated from the name, is a pretty small car. It seats only 3 people at a time and has a great set of chairs; One on the front and two at the back. Although a smaller seat can be folded up next to the driver’s seat in case a child will be in the car too.But do not let that small car look fool you, because even though P-Nut is a pretty small car compared to the average sized cars out there, P-Nut is still a car that offers better leg room than most compact cars and has an even more advanced technological attributes in it. About the seats though, the front one is an interesting one because it is situated right in the middle of the ‘front area’ – sort of like a rickshaw (maybe it was inspired from it for all we know – a design inspired from rooting back to the early days?). All in all it is a car we should look out for.

P-Nut interior

P-Nut interior

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http://www.tofugu.com/2012/03/08/japanese-concept-cars/

http://editorial.autos.msn.com/article.aspx?cp-documentid=1113663