Honda has previewed its lineup for the 2014 Tokyo Auto Salon, which kicks off the second week of January in Japan.
Honda has previewed its lineup for the 2014 Tokyo Auto Salon, which kicks off the second week of January in Japan. This year Honda’s lineup includes versions of the new Vezel crossover, the N-One Modulo concept and the N-Box = Element concept.
The Vezel is Honda’s newest crossover, which is based on the new Honda Fit. The Vezel already went on sale in Japan, but we won’t get it here in the U.S. until the second half of 2014. It will most likely have a different name as well and won’t be offered here with the hybrid powertrain that our friends in Japan get.
The N-One Modulo concept gets sportier touches like modified bumpers with a restyled grille and two tone alloy wheels. The interior also gets two tone sports seats.
The N-Box + Element concept as developed in the motif of “trail shoes” which can be used actively in urban areas as well as in casual outdoor activities.
Lastly Honda is also showing off the Honda Fit Special Customize, which is a modified version of the new Fit with its restyled bumpers and grille.