The images shown in this visual experiment are digital artworks created by Lexica.ai, a Stable Diffusion image search engine.
While the Honda City is one of the longest-selling sedans in the country, it has fallen out of favour with car enthusiasts who at one time vouched for the City’s performance, tuning potential and reliability. The Honda City of today is a luxurious and eco-friendly family car, that also offers a self-charging hybrid variant. The new Honda City is still reliable and gets points for being one of the most affordable strong hybrids around, however, what if the automaker had gone the other way?
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In the perfect world, emissions wouldn’t be a problem and carmakers would offer their products with aggressive and impractical design elements. To further the fantasy, we decided to use artificial intelligence to imagine the perfect boy racer version of the Honda City. Taking the help of Lexica.ai we asked the image search engine to imagine a Honda City with a Lamborghini-like body kit and here is what it threw back at us.
Image source: Lexica.ai
As we can see, while the digitally rendered vehicle is clearly a Honda City, it is also a very futuristic iteration. The AI City gets aggressive fenders and front bumper design with dual air dams and front splitters. It also gets a pair of sharp ORVMS and an aesthetic luggage carrier on the roof. Looks like the AI took inspiration from a Lamborghini Huracan Sterrato off-road supercar. The AI Honda City also gets a dual-tone exterior colour scheme with its blacked out hood and bronze body colour. The LED headlamp units and the front plaque have been given the least amount of changes.
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What are your thoughts on this AI generated Honda City? Would you like the automaker to bring back performance-oriented offerings? Tell us in the comments.