The Japanese based automaker Honda has officially announced its plans to introduce a number of customized models at the 2012 Tokyo Auto Salon.
With the New Delhi Auto Expo being over and with the Detroit Motor Show going on these days, Honda is battling with its competition on multiple levels and the 2012 Tokyo Auto Salon is the latest battlefield. The Japanese automaker has recently announced its lineup of the Asian automotive event, and the N Box Custom minicar will be officially presented to the public, along with the Flash Box, the Freed compact minivan, the Beat models, the Freed Wa, the Freed Spike Transporter, the TS-1X concept, the Sports Module NSX and the HSV-010 GT.
The Honda N Box Custom minicar has been already revealed at the 2011 Tokyo Motor Show in December, along with the Freed compact minivan and the Beat models, The Flash Box is coming with special reflective decal sheets with embedded LEDs, attracting the attention of motorists. The Freed Wa is based on the Freed Hybrid compact minivan and its exterior design is representing some ancient Japanese art of lacquering, along with the four seasons, highlighted by flowers.
Other models which will debut at the 2012 Tokyo Auto Salon are the Freed Spike Transporter, which can load two off-road motorcycles, the CR-Z dubbed the TS-1X concept, the Sports Modulo NSX and the HSV-010 GT. The 2012 Tokyo Auto Salon will officially open its gates on January 13, 2012, and it will end on the 15th of January.