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Honda Wander Stand and Wander Walker concepts announced for Tokyo Motor Show

Honda Wander Stand concept

The futuristic concepts are not likely to enter product anytime soon.

Going by the range of concept and production model world premieres lined up by the Japanese automakers, this year’s Tokyo Motor Show looks set to become one of the most grandest editions in the history. Honda alone has announced several world premieres in both four and two wheeler spaces.

The Honda Wander Stand and Wander Walker concepts promote the thought that people should wander around freely. Honda says that the concepts were designed “to pursue the joy and freedom of mobility”.

The Wander Stand concept is a partially enclosed mobile kiosk which can accommodate two passengers. The Stand can be controlled by means of minimal controls on the dashboard. The concept features an augmented relativity system which projects relevant information about the surroundings on the windscreen.

Honda Wander Walker concept

The Honda Wander Walker Concept is a single seater with high maneuverability.

The Wander Walker is comparatively a more conventional means of transport. The four-wheeled roundabout with high maneuverability can be considered as a safer alternative to the Trekke. The futuristic Walker concept is a single seater with a chassis which also doubles up as bodywork with wooden trim. The concept features a removable touchscreen infotainment tablet.

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Honda has not revealed any details about the propulsion systems of the Wander twins but it’s safe to assume that they will employ pure electric powertrains.

Honda Wander Stand and Wander Walker concepts – Photos


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