Honda is preparing to introduce its exciting new products at the mobility fair to be held in Japan. These products include interesting projects such as the Honda Specialty Sports concept, the Sustaina-C concept produced with recycled materials, and the Citroen Ami-like CI-MEV. Here are Honda's important steps towards the future.
Honda Specialty Sports: Electric Driving Pleasure
Honda aims to maximize driving pleasure with the Specialty Sports concept. Although images have not been shared yet, this concept is designed as a fully electric car. An important point that Honda emphasizes is that the vehicle is highly customizable. For future drivers, this means freedom to express themselves.
Sustaina-C Concept: Support for Recycling
The Sustaina-C concept has a similar design to Honda's first electric car, the Honda e. However, this concept has a design with sharper lines. Its most important feature is that it supports sustainability. The body of the vehicle was produced from recycled acrylic resins. This attracts attention as the product of an environmentally friendly approach.
Pocket Concept: Dual Carrying Comfort
Honda also uses the same recycled material in the Pocket concept. This two-wheeled electric vehicle saves users from the hassle of waiting for charging with its modern design and removable battery. This compact vehicle, which responds to mobility needs, aims to offer a more efficient and environmentally friendly way of urban transportation in the future.
CI-MEV: Redefining Urban Mobility
Honda CI-MEV redefines urban mobility. This small four-wheeled vehicle offers a solution for urban transportation needs, like the Citroen Ami. However, unlike its competitors, Honda integrates autonomous driving technology into this concept. This is an indication that urban transport may become safer and smarter in the future.