After enough demand for a drivable dance party, Honda finally designed the Fuya-jo, or “Sleepless City.”
The Fuya-jo looks like a 20-square-foot dance club on wheels, with four tall seats and turntable-inspired dashboard. It was shown off in 1999 at the Tokyo Motor Show, and marketed specifically to the party crowd. The low, flat design was intended to evoke skateboards, roller blades and other things that were popular in the ’90s.
There’s no way to top the company’s own description: “The Fuya-jo is designed for party animals who demand the full excitement of night life.”
Disco ball and strobe lights sold separately.