The Japanese based automaker Honda has recently revealed two more concepts at the 2011 Tokyo Motor Show, the AC-X, designed for relaxing journeys over long distances, and the Micro Commuter.
According to the manufacturer, the Micro Commuter Concept is a three-seater (1+2) vehicle which is powered by an electric motor fueled by a 3.3 kWh electric battery, generating 22 horsepower and offering the concept a top speed of just over 60 km/h or 27 mph, with the 0 to 60 km/h sprint time being done in 7.4 seconds. The range is the same as the top speed, which is about 60 km (37 miles) and, according to the automaker, battery charging takes less than an hour with a 200 V outlet.
The Honda Micro Commuter Concept is 2.500 mm long, 1.250 mm wide and 1.430 mm tall, with a wheelbase of 1.860 mm, coming with customizable exterior panels where its future owners, if it makes it into production, will be able to insert graphic sheets in any color or pattern. Honda also says that the battery which is powering the systems can also be charged with the help of regenerative braking .
Honda didn’t say too much about its other concept, the AC-X, except the fact that its name is coming from “Advanced Cruiser Experience” and it has been described as “offering a comfortable and enjoyable driving experience and long-distance motoring”. According to the manufacturer, the Honda AC-X has been designed for providing a relaxing journey over long distances, but that’s all we know for now about this concept.