Wednesday, August 21, 2013

2008 Scion Hako Coupe Concept

Designed by Toyota's Tokyo Design Division, 
the Hako Coupe Concept was inspired by the Scion xB and the
"emergence of American vintage style among young Tokyo trendsetters," 
The concept features a vertical windshield. A high linear beltline along with a blackened 
and chopped greenhouse seamlessly wrap around the rear. 
The flat, panorama roof that features a random, barcode-like pattern 
that can be seen on the exterior and from the interior.
Custom 18-inch deep dish five-spoke wheels and tires with a "Scion" custom tread.
Inside, the front and rear seats are covered with urethane and 
rubber-like upholstery for easy cleaning. The orange driver's seat has a gaming theme. 
The shifter, located on the center console, resembles a large joystick.
The entertainment system consists of two video monitor screens 
mounted on the dash for radio, video, and music capabilities. 
Users can upload their videos and music through a Bluetooth® connection. 
Video monitors located on each door and on each side of the rear seating area 
project distorted fish-eye images from orange filtered cameras mounted.

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