Honda N-One debuts in Japan image

The Japanese based automaker Honda has recently announced the launch of the N-One on its local auto market.

According to the car manufacturer, the Honda N-One has went on sale in Japan last week and it’s the latest model in the company’s N Series of mini vehicles. Honda says that the N-One is a city car which is getting safety features like the Hill Start Assist (HAS), Emergency Stop Signal (ESS), Vehicle Stability Assist (VSA), Pedestrian Injury Migration Body and side curtain airbags.

“Key features of the N-ONE include a spacious cabin which comfortably accommodates four adults, and an improved acceleration performance. Further, stable driving performance and excellent quietness even during highway driving were realized through adoption of a lightweight and highly-rigid body and an exclusively-developed suspension”, as Honda says in the official press release of the N-One.

The Honda N-One is also coming with a choice of 16 colors or 5 combinations of two-tone styles for the new Premium trim level. Under its hood, the Honda N-One is getting a small three-cylinder 600cc gasoline engine, which is available in two forms, turbocharged or naturally aspirated, with a CVT sending power to the front-wheel drive or the all-wheel drive system. The model has been priced in Japan at 1,150,000 yen (14,400 USD) and the carmaker says that it has no intention to launching it into the U.S.