The Japanese carmaker Mahendo has unveiled a new car design aimed at making it easier for its customers to get to their destinations.
The company unveiled the new concept car, the Mahendogar, in a preview event in Tokyo.
The design, called the “Mahendo” and named after the city of Mahendoji, is the brainchild of Maheni Takahashi, a Japanese designer and designer of Japanese cars.
Mahendogars have been a staple of Japanese car design for decades, but the concept is the first time the carmaker has tackled a design concept with a car as big as the Maheno.
The company hopes to introduce the Mahento to more consumers, who have long been keen on a more affordable car.
Maheno has not only created the Maendogar and the MaHendra, it has also made a few other notable cars, including the M6, which was unveiled in 2011 and has gone on to become one of the most successful cars ever.
Mahento has long been aiming to make its cars more accessible to consumers, but has also sought to improve the reliability of the vehicles.
In addition, Mahendoi’s cars have come in different styles, from a sports car, to a sporty sedan and even a sports utility vehicle.
In an effort to meet the needs of the increasing number of people in Japan, Mahenos latest design aims to make it easier to find places to visit.
“We are trying to offer a more convenient way of getting to places,” Takahata said.
“This is a concept car that we’ve designed to make people feel more comfortable going to the places they need to go.”
Takahashi hopes that the new car will appeal to both car buyers and the wider public, which has long struggled to find ways to get around the country.
“It will be easier to get here from home,” he said.
“People are very comfortable to come here by car, and so people have become very used to driving, so this is an opportunity to show how people will be able to take their cars on the go.”