The DecaDeca from Daihatsu is an offbeat car that looks more like a “super box” or a hi-tech cabin than a means of commutation. Unveiled at the Tokyo Motor Show 2009, the car concept presents an extremely low, flat floor for effortless ingress and egress through its pillar-less, side-by-side doors. Allowing a variety of seating patterns to allow ease of work or commutation, the vehicle can be used either as a personal car or as a taxi. Powered by a three-cylinder engine, the DecaDeca also integrates a big flatscreen with a fold-down desk, turning it into a hi-tech (moving) cabin. And not to talk about its vibrant interior and exterior that equally support the functionality of the vehicle.