The Kyocera Moeye Concept is about as bonkers as its name suggests
And it's also kinda cute
Kyocera is a Japanese tech company that specializes in printers, mobile phones, solar cells and LCDs and naturally... they've made a concept car. What a time to be alive. They call it the Moeye Concept and it's essentially a tech exercise to see what works and what doesn't.
The Kyocera Moeye is designed as a so-called "MaaS" vehicle, it stands for Mobility-as-a-Service, which means it's a car that you can't drive, basically, and you just use it to go from A to B while doing whatever else you want or need to do. It's equipped with a plethora of Kyocera's products, including a 3.9-ft wide screen, 3D holographic LCD displays, Ceraphic LED lighting and even a transparent cockpit using optical camouflage technology.
It also features something called Kyoto Opal artificial jewelry on the door cards, which sounds cool, and a tactile technology known as a ‘Haptivity’, which replicates the feeling of pushing an actual button on the virtual dashboard.
Cosmetically, the shape and angles are heavily influenced by design elements from the 1930s with a certain classic car je-ne-sais-quoi that kinda works. I don't know if they're serious about it and I don't know that they're actually thinking about giving it an engine and making it road legal. Probably not. But it's still cool.