Mugen is planning to offer an upgrade for the recently introduce Honda N-One, but this might not include a power boost.
After it was launched in Japan just a few days ago, the all-new Honda N-One is being placed into the spotlights once again, this time with Mugen announcing an upgrade for the model. According to the company, the new Honda N-One will receive two aerodynamic body kits which will include a redesigned front bumper, a modified front grille, optional LED lights, side sill extensions, a new rear bumper and twin exhaust pipes in the middle.
The looks will be finished by the suspension modifications and by the choice of three alloy wheel versions. The model will also receive colored interior panels, a turbo pressure indicator, metal pedals with anti slip finish, a red starter button and various combinations for the rugs. Mugen will not offer an upgrade for the three-cylinder 600cc engine unfortunately and the unit will still get the “classic” naturally aspirated and turbocharged versions, mated to a CVT transmission which is sending power to either the front-wheel or the all-wheel drive, depending on the selected version. Prices for the N-One in Japan start at 1,150,000 yen or approximately 14,300 USD.