Step Bus Concept from Honda

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step-bus-concept.jpgHonda of Japan is a vehicle manufacturer that hopes to make the future a better and more accessible for all of us with each new release, hence the importance of toying around with prototypes as well as concept designs of its vehicles. The Honda Step Bus Concept might look too boxy and boring more most of us, but before you pooh-pooh it, why not linger around and read more about its abilities and features? This unique concept car aims to represent the ultimate expression of Honda’s packaging prowess thanks to a mid-engine design that is rarely found in vehicles up for commercial sale as well as an adaptable interior that fully maximizes the space within.

The Honda Step Bus Concept comes with a high-tech interior that is highly configurable which is disguised from the rather limited space when viewed from the outside. The sliding front doors offer an extremely space efficient design that helps passengers enter and exit in tight spaces. There is more than enough room within to store a bunch of equipment for those who are frequently on the go, making this vehicle an ideal people and item mover.

Additional features of the Step Bus Concept includes tracks within the door that can hold various everyday items such as beverage containers and cellphones amongst other things, while a ceiling-mounted storage tray is available for more storage options. You can sit up to five adult passengers comfortably inside the light green metallic Step Bus Concept. There is no word on whether the Step Bus Concept will make it into production, but it could do with an exterior redesign if auto lovers are to place a booking.

Source: Far East Gizmos

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yasser bade Says: November 28, 2007 at 2:35 am

Dear Sir
We are looking for electrical bus (driverless bus or with driver).

We need all specification & price fob to Jeddah port – Saudi Arabia
We hope receive your answerer as soon.
eng.yasser badr
mechanical department.
sbgmoi branch.

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