The 1966 Honda P25 Scooter is Mounted with Cameras

By: Jamie Danielle Munro - Published: Apr 1, 2014 • References: chicara & designboom
This 1966 Honda P25 Scooter has received a serious upgrade that would make any Mission Impossible fan proud. Chicara Nagata collaborated with a security manufacturer to create this design, which comes with fully functional HD cameras and a 360-degree surveillance system.

Apparently the design is not meant to be ridden, as the fastest it goes is only 30km/hour, but instead it will be put in front of museum entrances, lobbies and storefronts to keep an eye on things. Looking at the upgraded design, it's clear that this would be extremely difficult to ride, as the seating area is now taken up by extended cameras.

If individuals are looking for a more aesthetically appealing form of security at home, this could be a way to show a bit of rebellious design.

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