The Yamaha Tesseract at the Tokyo Motor Show 2007 is still one of our favorite concept cars ever created … for the folly of their appearance and genius of his design. If you happen to disagree with our decision, we have good news: recent patent applications shows that the Yamaha can actually going to build something for production.
Is to note some differences that separate machine described in the patent from the actual Tesseract concept, in particular the use of a parallel-twin engine, instead of a V-twin engine and twin-shaft to the rear wheels instead of chains. And 'the latter item that you would think Yamaha really sort of development of this machine, as the conceptual chains would be a nightmare and to keep in tune with real life can be.
Before you get too excited, though, now would be a good time to remind them that it would be a vehicle such as the Tesseract is never sold in the U.S. … at least not for the traffic. Because it has four wheels, the Tesseract is like a car would be classified (although it is certainly a movement in each direction), and this means that it should pass the crash test and safety tests. Suffice it to say, there is no chance in purgatory, would make the car a nightmare through the legislative process.
However, we can dream. And we also look at the beautiful pictures in the gallery and even a video rendering of the concept of seeing in action. Find out after the break.