Featuring a unique aerodynamic design, the P-NUT was created "...to explore the potential for a new type of small-segment-category vehicle that overcomes many of the objections for existing micro-car designs."

Honda has unveiled the Personal-Neo Urban Transport (P-NUT) concept at the Los Angeles Auto Show.

Featuring a unique aerodynamic design, the P-NUT was created "...to explore the potential for a new type of small-segment-category vehicle that overcomes many of the objections for existing micro-car designs."

Measuring 3,400mm long, 1,750mm wide and 1,439mm high, the P-NUT offers seating for three. According to Honda, "The layout of the interior space, with its center driving position flanked by two rear seats, provides generous legroom for all occupants, roughly the equivalent of a mid-sized sedan in a vehicle that has an exterior footprint similar to a micro car."

Key features include a modular rear engine bay (which can accept petrol, diesel, gasoline-electric hybrid, or pure electric powertrains), folding rear seats, and a windshield that serves as a heads-up display for the navigation system.

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