Honda shows its concept cars for Tokyo Auto Salon image

Honda has recently announced its plans to introduce several concept cars at the Tokyo Auto Salon.

According to the car manufacturer, the first Honda concept car to be unveiled in Tokyo will be the so-called Vezel Modulo, which has received a sporty body kit, some new alloy wheels, red leather seats, metallic accents, gloss black trim and some other tweaks. Next one will come the N-ONE Modulo concept, with its different front and rear bumpers, mesh grille, two-tone alloy wheels, alloy pedals and two-tone sports seats. There will also be a FIT Special Customize, with an aerodynamic exterior with different front and rear bumpers, a revised grille, Recaro seats in the cabin, metallic trim and alloy pedals.

Honda will also pull the wraps off the so-called Vezel Mugen concept during the same Tokyo Auto Salon. This will also receive a new grille, a modified front bumper, different side skirts, special alloy wheels and some distinctive headlights. Last but not least will be the new Honda N-BOX + ELEMENT concept, which has been especially designed for urban use. The model in question has a black and orange exterior finish, unique alloy wheels and a revised grille. Additional details on these concept cars will be announced during the Tokyo Auto Salon.