What showed Honda can not be called a car, even though these cars have the potential to become the future of transport.
Concept cars have ceased to be the harbingers of future cars: saving power and money, automakers are now demonstrating to the public almost ready for serial production models, proudly referring to their concepts. However, at the Tokyo Motor Show was not without exceptions: Brand Honda showed a couple of really conceptual project called Wander Stand and Wander Walker.
Starting with the Wander Stand, we can see the concept with two seats — including seat belts. Its the inclusion of those belts — as well as a windshield — that tells us it might be capable of near-road-going speeds. The windshield does more than shield passengers from, well, wind though; it also works as a full-width head-up display (HUD). In this rendering, a navigation map is being shown along with 'message' and 'phone' icons, indicating passengers can most-likely pair their smartphones to the Wander Stand.
As for steering the thing, it appears that job is done not by a steering wheel but rather by the center-mounted joystick. This allows the driver to sit on either side of the vehicle, making it perfect for any car market. When it comes to what propels the Wander Stand, I can only assume that it is all-electric, given its size.