A Sophisticated Car with a Retro Design – Some of the articles that we will provide are articles that we summarize from trusted sources, here are articles that discuss sophisticated cars with retro designs.
Retro-style vehicles seem to be on the rise again. This can be seen from the number of automotive manufacturers that have launched motorbikes or cars with classic designs.
The fun thing is, even though the designs look old, these new cars have the latest technology and features. Well, here’s a row of classic looking cars but modern technology.
1. Honda Urban EV (Honda e)
The Honda Urban EV is actually a prototype version, a concept car that is under development and will likely enter production soon. This Honda has appeared at the Geneva Motor Show in Switzerland.
The design is very cute and boxy, this is very interesting because it is equipped with various contemporary features. Moreover, the color is adorable green. Many consider this car to be a cool version of the Honda Brio in Indonesia.
2. Honda Sport EV
This concept car combines the performance of an electric engine with artificial intelligence in a very minimalist body. At first glance, the exterior design of this car seems to be inspired by its predecessor, the Honda S600.
It’s just that there are changes to the front and rear lights, as well as on the dashboard. Carrying the name sport, this car can only carry two passengers including the driver.
3. Suzuki Wild Waku SPO Concept
This retro-looking car comes from Suzuki. This car will be on display at the Tokyo Motor Show on 24 October – 4 November 2019. This concept car is similar to its predecessor, the Suzuki Fronte, which was launched in 1969. It is super small and only has two doors.
In Japan, this car seems to be entering the LCGC car line or in Japan it is called the Kei-Car, because this car is very compact, small and most importantly, it is planned to carry environmentally friendly technology.
4. Suzuki Hanare Concept
Apart from Wild Waku, Suzuki will also bring another concept car, namely the Suzuki Hanare. The design of this car is very boxy, almost like a suitcase, and only has a door on one side.
In addition, without paying attention to the details of the lights or glass, at first glance this car is also similar to a VW production van, namely the Kombi / Combi.