Sedan of the future from Honda

February 1, 2015 at 18:15

Future sedan from Honda is created based on airships.
Renowned Japanese automaker Honda introduced the concept of a sedan of the future.
Luxurious interior and windows like loopholes are main features of the exterior novelty.
Honda Zeppelin is a concept that was created by Myung-Jin Yang, which is a student of automotive design Hongik University. Zeppelin was the final works of students in 2008, later declared himself Young, he set out to develop a luxury sedan of the future.
The inspiration for this unusual concept served as blimps. The overall impression of auto design is a combination of volume of “soft” elements of the airship and powerful lines typical of luxury cars.

Honda Zeppelin pics

Honda Zeppelin picture

The main feature of the design Honda Zeppelin is asymmetric line running along the roof of the hood and the rear of the car. Exclusivity exterior gives the car like a slit windshield with internal integrated video display, which gives the driver a much better review than regular glass.

Honda Zeppelin pics

Honda Zeppelin picture

In the interior Honda Zeppelin, created explicitly inspired by the luxurious passenger cabin, the driver and passengers get through the doors of “gull wing”. Car seats swivel and can be rotated 180 degrees to each other face. This scheme is called “entertainment mode” and is intended for cases where the passengers want to talk to each other or listen to music (cars fitted with high-end sound system Bowers & Wilkins).

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