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The Honda Puyo Concept Car Offers an Uninterrupted Outdoor View

By: Amelia Roblin - Published: • References: behance.net
There are absolutely no blind spots that would interfere with you driving the Honda Puyo concept car safely, for the body of the futuristic vehicle does not embody the conventional automotive structure. There are no reinforced frames around the doors and there isn't really a defined ceiling either. The whole upper half of the bulbous automobile is a continuous dome.

The vehicle is so smooth an fuss-free in appearance that you can't actually discern how it opens up for passengers to access the inside. It appears that the top of Andrew van der Merwe's design is completely unbroken made of an innovative glass-like material that's entirely transparent and certainly very strong. The Honda Puyo concept car would allow you to appreciate your surroundings as it's operated automatically with a hi-tech dashboard. Stats for Transparent-Topped Autos Trending: Older & Mild
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