|Honda Motor recently announced its participation in the upcoming Tokyo Auto Salon 2013 with NAPAC from 11 – 13 January at Makuhari Messe Chiba, Japan.|
Honda will showcase plenty of production and exhibition variants of cars and bikes, including several interesting custom-made variants such as the N-One Modulo style, CR-Z Mugen RZ and the CR-Z GT. However, the N-One modulo style mini-car will only be on display at the Auto Salon as an exhibition variant. Alongside the N-One Modulo style, other N-One variants on exhibit include the all new N-One mini-vehicle and the MUGEN Racing N-One Concept. The N-One Concept developed by Mugen is a variant created in collaboration with the Japan Nailist Association (JNA) which shows off custom body colors and rhinestone ornamentations. Aside from the N-One, Honda will showcase 10 mini-vehicles that are full of fun and variety.
Honda’s automobile exhibit will also show the S2000 Modulo Climax, an S2000-based concept variant featuring aeroform design and a chic interior coordinated in black and burgundy.
Next up, the CR-Z MUGEN RZ will be presented at the Auto Salon as the next wave of Honda’s popular sports compact, valid as a production variant which is limited to 300 units. Two cars from the Super GT Series, the HSV-010 GT and the MUGEN CR-Z GT, will also be appearing as well as the DOCOMO TEAM DANDELION RACING machine that won the 2012 Formula Nippon team championship.
The available Repsol Honda RC213V motorcycle, an essential contributor to Honda’s team and constructors’ championships in the 2012 MotoGP, should draw everyone’s attention at the Auto salon. Honda’s motorcycle exhibit to look out for are; the GOLDWING F6B, the CB1300 SUPER FOUR Special Edition and the NC700X.
Trucks, too, get a fair share of attention at the Auto salon with the Honda VAMOS and ACTY variants. Additionally, the MUGEN CR-V design study that’s based on the CR-V SUV variant tops off Honda’s Tokyo Auto salon 2013.