2003 Honda Kiwami Concept
Honda was the world’s first automaker to bring a fuel cell car to market.
The KIWAMI matches Honda’s clean-performing fuel cell technology with the Japanese aesthetic of cleanliness to create an ideal saloon for the next generation.
The beauty of a landscape as it changes hues with the seasons; the gentle murmur of a clean flowing stream; the scent of a new season carried on the breeze.
The Japanese aesthetic sensibility and values are expressed in this unique vehicle, with its quietly strong, minimalist stance. KIWAMIs form embodies a simple primitive beauty, yet advanced intelligent technologies concealed within ensure a quiet, safe, pleasant ride.
Advanced packaging technology that made possible the lower floor ensures a roomy interior despite the vehicles low overall height.
The interior design reflects the Japanese sense of a luxurious relaxing atmosphere.
The latest in clean-running fuel-cell technology meets the beauty of traditional Japan in this new premium saloon.
Story by Honda Motor Co, Ltd
|submitted by||Richard Owen|
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|length||4500 mm / 177.2 in|
|width||1820 mm / 71.7 in|
|height||1250 mm / 49.2 in|