2. Honda Fuya-Jo
The Honda Fuya-Jo (“the city that never sleeps”) was an interesting prototype inspired by the club scene and nightlife. What’s intriguing is that Honda is known for being somewhat strait-laced and for its quality, but more intriguing still is that it wasn’t designed in the 60s or the 70s. In fact, it was produced in 1999. It was intended to be a party car for young people to roam from bar to bar in, with four elevated seats in the style of bar stools and kitted out with a mixing desk and loudspeakers. Apart from looking ridiculous, is it really a good idea to party on the road? We’re not convinced.