Typically, the Skydeck is a 6 seater car, not something that goes too well with all brands. These days, it is either you get the standard 5 seaters or the bigger MPV, 7 seaters which are definitely more common. So with the 6 seater, it might just be quite a risk for Honda, but then again they did try out this segment with the already-phased-out Edix although that was typically a 2 row car. If records are anything to go by, 6 seaters are never the best solutions, the Fiat Multipla is one example of what not to do.

One look at the Skydeck and you get the impression that it is somewhat mirrored by the more popular CR-Z and the most significant element of this car would be its scissor doors which pretty much reminds you of the Lambroghini although it would be anything but the supercar. This Hybrid MPV comes about the same size as the current Honda Stream but do give you that more modern touch to it. Essentially it ties you back to the FR-V which has been renowned for its futuristic design which were then a few years ahead of its time.

Having said that, the Skydeck also comes with, apart from the scissor doors, sliding doors at the rear while its seats inside are carved through a wooden frame and a full length glass roof (hence the name of the car). The car is powered through Honda’s own hybrid technology, the advanced powetrained IMA (Integrated Motor Assist). In terms of space, you get a lot of leg room and with the centre row’s ability to slide and kept nicely underneath the front row, that gives you so much more space. Another cool feature of this car is its system battery which is housed underneath the rear floor which essentially free up more space as well. So this car is practically spacious, futuristic and definitely one of the coolest models to have come out of Honda of late.

 

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