Aug 7, 2018 - 05:49 pm

Most quirky electric car concepts from Japan


Japan is known for both its engineering ingenuity and quirky weirdness and the following concept cars illustrate this dual principle perfectly. Among our favourites is the Eliica (ELectric LIthium-Ion CAr) that not only boasts 8 wheels but an electric motor in each.

Other concepts have more serious backers even, such as the early ideas of Toyota and Mazda. In 1974, Toyota unveiled the RV-2 concept. The rear opened partially and created a space across which you could span a tent.

We also like the Bambgoo. Developed by Kyoto University, the Bambgoo was a small electric car made from nothing than bamboo and also capable of running 31 miles on a single charge.


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07.08.2018 17:46