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Toyota: Built that Me.We ASAP !!!

April 26th, 2013, 3:03 pm

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Toyata collaborating with french avantgarde designer Jean-Marie Massaud.

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http://www.designboom.com/technology/je ... or-toyota/

PS. My brother still drives a Panda like this. ImageIt is his main and only car...
I am not young enough to know everything.
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It is very products. I like it.
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Really dig this concept, super fun
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That thing ROCKS! Those first two photos have to be a scale model.

It's kinda like a more designery version of Honda's Element; http://media.ed.edmunds-media.com/honda ... _1_500.jpg
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What's with the saltine cracker finish on the exterior?
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Maybe supposed to be textured plastic panels?
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ME.WE devises interchangeable expanded polypropylene body panels
(doors, wings, bonnet, bumpers, etc.)
I guess they mean like a PP foam?
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Mr-914 wrote:
ME.WE devises interchangeable expanded polypropylene body panels
(doors, wings, bonnet, bumpers, etc.)
I guess they mean like a PP foam?
Yeah! Foamed PP...sexy, baby.
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Generatewhatsnext wrote:Maybe supposed to be textured plastic panels?
Will look great after a rainy commute and super easy to clean.
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mo-i wrote:Panda like this
Loving that folding seat/daybed layout in that old Panda picture. Who'd have thought you could fully stretch out in an 80's super mini? Has anybody else utilized this seating configuration since I wonder? It'd be a nice touch if a new generation Panda brought it back!
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