In January, we learned that Honda collaborated with students from the Istituto Europeo di Design in Italy to create a concept car called Tomo. Now we have a couple of sketches of his design, and it is a runner.
The Tomo concept is how IED students see mobility in 2025. Not only is it delightful, it has a purpose ̵
Some of its front end designs – namely the round headlights and the grille – look like thethat eventually morphed into the near-production "prototype" EV which also comes to be shown in Geneva. It is, however, completely different, but where a small bed of bed load takes place for a traditional luggage or hatch. It is about 13 meters long, 6 meters wide and 5 meters long – slightly larger than a Miata, like Autoblog notes. It was designed to be small enough for the city, and I would say it fits the bill.
Of course, it's just a design exercise for now, so don't expect it to reach production. But given that Honda is clearly willing to adapt its two EV prototypes to future buyers, maybe if we all want hard enough then it will happen.