Gallery: Honda Unveils Ultracompact P-NUT Car

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The folks over at Honda just unveiled their highly controversial new ultracompact car, the P-Nut (Personal-Neo Urban Transport), at the LA Car Show, and it really redefines what it means for a vehicle to have a small “footprint.” The new tinier form of transportation has a unique, McLaren-like staggered seating arrangement, which ensures that passengers also have ample leg room. The jury is still out on whether or not this nut has the full ability to stand on its own, so we’ll leave it to you to decide whether the P-Nut is all it’s cracked up to be.

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  1. jasonland December 4, 2009 at 4:11 pm

    Was the author sarcastic about why hydrogne fuel cells were left off the list? It seems like that’s a step in the wrong direction. Instead of refining and transporting gasoline, fuel cells require gathering and transporting hydrogen. Hydrogen itself may be easier on the environment, but battery powered cars are even better (especially once a recycling program is started for old lithium batteries).

  2. Elina December 4, 2009 at 11:35 am

    I cant wait for these cars to come into market. I just wonder why does it take so long?

  3. sprintermatt December 4, 2009 at 8:35 am

    I envision a whole new wave of upskirt videos in the future… a see through front grille? Do we need this for squeezing into tight parking spaces?

    Otherwise, I love the cockpit, It’s VERY Mach 2.5.

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