Honda News Update: Honda at 43rd Tokyo Motor Show
Honda News Update: Honda at 43rd Tokyo Motor Show. The Japanese car manufacturer will be in the line up with models at the motor show this month in Japan.
Honda has announced the models that they will be showing at the 43rd Tokyo motor show this month. And it will not be only cars that it has on the front line as motorcycles and other power products appear at the show. The highlights that attendees can look forward to include the Honda S660 Concept which is an open top sports style mini vehicle as well as the long awaited premier of the production model of the Urban SUV Concept. Also making its debut is the NSX Concept that is Hondas next generation super sports model.
Another new comer at the show will be the all new UNI-CUB which is a personal mobility device that has been developed under the Honda theme of ‘Harmony with People’. The world premier of the N-WGN that is the fourth model in the N series of mini vehicles will also be a highlight. There will be several mass production models on display too, to include the all-new Honda Accord plug in hybrid as well as the FIT that is prepared with Earths Dream Technology.
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Honda have not neglected their motorcycle stars either as several of their planned production models will be taking to the stage including the DUNK which is a new scooter powered by a 50cc engine and that has been developed for the Japanese market. It’s feature is its liquid cooled newly developed engine.
Some of the other highlights that will be appearing on the Honda stand include racing machines like the RA 271, the first F1 machine that raced in the Formula One World Championship back in 1964. Some of the other models will be the MC-B that is a micro-sized commuter EV for the commuter market. This model is due for testing in field runs with local governments and will also be exhibited at the Smart Mobility City expo this year. The Sports 360 is a vehicle that has been based on a small sports model. That model is the S500 that was Hondas first sports car before the S600 and the S800 were put into mass production.
There will no doubt be a buzz around the motor show and the revealing of the new models that have made it off Honda’s drawing board.
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