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Honda Previews Its Models for the 2013 Tokyo Auto Salon

Honda is showing off its lineup for the upcoming 2013 Tokyo Auto Salon, which kicks off on January 11 at Makuhari Messe in Chiba Prefecture, Japan.

The models at the show will include models based on the all-new N-ONE mini-vehicle, such as the N-ONE Modulo Style with its sophisticated atmosphere, the MUGEN Racing N-ONE Concept model manufactured by MUGEN, and a model created in collaboration with the Japan Nailist Association (JNA), showing off its custom body colors and adorned in rhinestone. Also on display will be 10 mini-vehicles full of fun and variety, including show models of the VAMOS and the ACTY TRUCK.


Honda's automobile exhibit will also show the S2000 Modulo Climax (exhibition model), an S2000-based concept model featuring cutting-edge aeroform design and a chic interior coordinated in black and burgundy. Models on exhibit will include the MUGEN CR-V Design Study, a CR-V-based concept model presenting a new design, and the CR-Z MUGEN RZ, a MUGEN vehicle sold commercially as a complete car limited to 300 vehicles.

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