The Japanese automaker is paying a visit to the aftermarket-oriented Tokyo Auto Salon taking place next month, bringing some of its minivans as well as a more luxurious leather interior S660 roadster.
Just like Toyota did with its Gazoo Racing Vitz and Aqua, Honda is also keen on teasing its model roster for the upcoming Tokyo Auto Salon starting on January 13, 2017, at the Makuhari Messe International Exhibition Hall. The automaker is playing mysterious for now and it’s only hinting at some of the concepts set to premiere in front of the live audience. Honda decided some of its minivans need some extra spices in time for the latest edition of the Tokyo Auto Salon- coming up for example with two distinctive versions of the Freed – the Modulo X and Active. First up, the Modulo X is a tad sportier with red accents and a more easily observable body kit while the active is for adventurous drivers and comes with green accents apparently inspired from macramé.
The automaker is also coming to Tokyo with another concept nicknamed Infinite Garu, but it hasn’t shown an y images with it – but it should be a small, rounded vehicle, with the tagline “the dream of ours, what we want to make.” Among the other modified models we can indicate the S660 Bruno Leather Edition, but there are also set pieces such as a body kit by Mugen for the Freed.