Honda Native is an all-electric, lightweight and practical vehicle for all categories of people. Technology has been progressing rather fast and with it the invention of features that guarantee a big leap towards a brighter future. Already an expert in auto designs, Liviu Tudoran brought up the concept of the Honda Native, a vehicle with the genes of a chameleon capable to change its color depending on the surrounding environment. So you better not look for your car in the parking lot by its color, but rather by its plates. Especially if it starts to rain and your car changes to gray or something similar.
Honda Native uses a photocromatic material which allows the vehicle to change its exterior color based on temperature, light or other environmental transitions. It’s powered by a Lithium-ion battery pack followed by a smooth aerodynamic exterior for optimal speed and energy efficiency.
However, what’s the exterior without a nice interior, as well? The Native’s interior is made out of light aluminum with a touchscreen in the dashboard and an OLED display for the speedometer. ‘Compact’ is the definition of the Honda Native, as you can already tell by looking at it. It’s mainly designed to adapt and get acquainted with in high urban areas, where traffic is outrageous.
Its chameleon system makes the Honda Native a unique eco vehicle, although one might ask how relevant would this be. So you park your car, you’re off doing some shopping and when you return to your car, it’s raining. Your car shape-shifts to another color and you’re having trouble finding it. Luckily the State’s Law obligates all cars to roam with plates on. Of course, the ability to change colors is quite impressive and gives you motives to brag about your car to your friends.
The Honda Native is astonishing, futuristic and green. Special thanks to Liviu Tudoran for this amazing concept and hope we will see it live, shape-shifting its color during a sunrise. Wouldn’t you?
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