Honda's Mini Electric Ute Concept Would Make A Great Daily Companion

Honda's mini electric ute concept would make a great daily companion

Honda is set to make a major splash at the 2019 Geneva Motor Show by debuting the newest iteration of its due-for-production fully electric prototype, but it turns out that won't be the only EV on the stand. In partnership with the Istituto Europeo di Design (IED) in Turin, Italy, Honda will debut a brand-new design concept, the miniature Honda Tomo EV ute.

Honda and IED have a long history, as this will be the 15th 1:1 design model the two have produced. The stylish concepts are the thesis projects for the two-year master's program at the university's transportation design school. For this exercise, Honda sent 13 students a simple, if roughly translated, brief: "Honda next 2025 fun driving." The result is a bite-sized, curvaceous electric coupe with a tiny rear truck bed.

Nintendo Would 'love' To See Red Dead Redemption 2 On The Switch

Nintendo Would 'Love' To See Red Dead Redemption 2 On The Switch

The Nintendo Switch is definitely doing a much better job compared to its predecessor, the Wii U, at attracting developers onto its platform. For example the console managed to get companies like Bethesda to bring games like Skyrim onto it, plus we’re also seeing a ton of indies launch for the Switch as well.

However there are still quite a number of famous games that have yet to be released for the Switch, such as Rockstar’s Red Dead Redemption 2. Speaking to The Hollywood Reporter, Nintendo of America President Reggie Fils-Aime revealed why the game was not launched for the Switch, and stated that he would love that if it did.

No Job Openings, City Tells Would-be Ninja

No job openings, city tells would-be ninja

The hometown of feudal era ninja in central Japan says it is not recruiting new ninja performers, as was implied by a foreign program posted on the Internet.

The city office of Iga, in Mie Prefecture, says it and the tourist association have received 115 inquiries from people in 14 countries, including the United States and Spain, about job openings for ninja performers.