EV-N is one of several new cars Honda’s plans to appear in the 2009 Tokyo Motor Show.
It is a retro-styled battery powered car with a face of a Pug puppy, crossed with a Trabant and smart concept-y features like swappable seat fabric, a sun-roof, and a “communications system” embedded in the black front fascia. Most importantly, however, that EV-N’s passenger door contains one of these bizarre kickass UX-3 super gyroscopic robotic unicycles, which basically makes EV-N the coolest electric car of all time.
Inside, there is what you would expect from a concept car – nothing revolutionary or Ikea-like here more than a similar Haworth swappable seat fabric system and oh, yes, room for one of those odd appearance U3-X robo-unicycles in EV — – N ‘s passenger-side door.
Outside there is a sun-roof, and a form of a color-changing “message” embedded in the black front fascia that night doing the little Cooper-like Honda concept looks positively creepy.
Not surprisingly, Honda EV-N is a pure styling exercise, and Honda designed the car with no plans to put the vehicle into production.