Honda Channels Toyota w/ EV Concept...

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  1. soundmotor

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  2. jdurbin1

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    Well, one of those two is a real looker... the other one not so much.

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  3. botrytis

    botrytis Trying not to be a Small Speaker Hoarder Subscriber

    Yeah the Honda looks like crap - must have been drawn by committee like the latest cars they have out - man what FULGY cars they are.
     
  4. jdurbin1

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    Camaro swallowed an emoji?

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    Never heard of "High Snobiety", but that's a super hipster site if I ever saw one! :eek:
     
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    That prototype is pretty cool. It is one of two EV prototypes in that style--the other is reminiscent of one of their oldest models, the N600.

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    Production versions (if they ever materialize) won't be quite as "cutesy". Far better looking than many concepts I've seen over the years. But they are just that--concepts. Meant to get people talking. No need for anyone to get panties in a bunch over it. ;)

    BTW, @soundmotor, a resemblance to a Firebird might not be coincidental--Soichiro Honda's daily driver in the late 60s was a Pontiac Firebird. One of the early Honda models (the 1300 Coupe 9) actually had a similar "nose" to a Pontiac. The original design of the car was scrapped when Soichiro complained that it was too bland.

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