Honda Motor Co,. Ltd. is set to unveil its new production and concept-model automobiles, motorcycles, power products, and other highlights at the upcoming 43rd Tokyo Motor Show 2013 scheduled this month.
Below are the key models to be showcased on the floor:
Honda S660 CONCEPT: The next-generation open-top sports-type mini-vehicle that features a dynamic and advanced styling design as well as various new initiatives such as a Super cockpit interior that thoroughly pursues the ultimate space for the driver.
Honda NSX CONCEPT: A super sports model which features the next-generation direct-injected V6 engine mounted on a lightweight vehicle body in a mid-ship layout as well as a highly-efficient and high-output SPORT HYBRID SH-AWD® (Super Handling – All Wheel Drive™) hybrid system, which realizes both outstanding driving performance and fuel economy. Moreover, the NSX CONCEPT realizes low and wide with the dynamic and alluring proportions as well as an interior design developed under the concept of a “Human Support Cockpit,” offering excellent visibility and an exotic driving position.
All-new Honda UNI-CUB: Designed for harmony with people, this new personal mobility device realizes the same freedom of movement in all directions that a person enjoys while walking and a compact size which enables it to adapt to the surrounding environment where people are moving around. Striving to make it usable for a wider range of people for future commercialization, the all-new UNI-CUB was made smaller and lighter with greater ease in getting on/off and improvements to the rider’s sense of security.
Honda will also exhibit the world premiere of the Honda N-WGN, the 4th model of the N Series of mini-vehicles, as well as the world premiere of the planned production model of the second model of the Global Compact Series which is based on the URBAN SUV CONCEPT, unveiled at the 2013 North American International Auto Show in January of this year.
The 43rd Tokyo Motor Show 2013 will take place at the Tokyo Big Sight starting on November 20 until December 1, 2013.