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Transportation Technology

Honda's "Micro Commuter" Features Swappable Bodies 96

Posted by samzenpus
from the look-you-want dept.
Zothecula writes "Further evidence of the coming fragmentation of personal transportation came today when Honda released details of the next iteration of its electric 'Micro Commuter' prototype which we first saw at the Tokyo Motor Show last year. The new version is close to production-ready, and concentrates the battery and functionality of the micro EV below the floor, enabling the vehicle's body to be easily changed to accommodate different functionality."
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Honda's "Micro Commuter" Features Swappable Bodies

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  • Looks (Score:2, Interesting)

    by nschubach (922175) on Wednesday November 14, 2012 @08:27PM (#41987295) Journal

    All these "commuter" cars are ugly as sin. Why can't we get "commuter" cars that aren't straight chairs with wheels? Get something sleek and futuristic looking and I'll consider buying it. (Like that Lamborghini in the icons above... a single seat, well performing low slung vehicle.)

What the world *really* needs is a good Automatic Bicycle Sharpener.

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