The Tokyo Motor Show 2007 gets under way Saturday and runs through November 11. Here's a sneak preview of models debuting at the show--some --including new motor bikes.
Honda's theme at this year's Tokyo auto show is "The endless joy of mobility on our earth," which involves reducing carbon dioxide emissions while keeping cars stylish and fun. To that end, Honda CEO Takeo Fukui this week unveiled the Puyo concept car. The Puyo, named for a Japanese phrase loosely translated as the "comforting sensation of touching," seats four and is meant to convey a feeling of "softness." Like the Pivo2 from Nissan, the Puyo also has a 360-degree rotation capability so reverse becomes a notion of the past.
Caption text by Candace Lombardi, CNET News.com
October 26, 2007 3:10 PM PDT
Photo by: Honda Motor
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