Honda has announced cars for the January salon in Tokyo – DRIVE

The Vezel crossover will combine the e: HEV three-engine hybrid system with the Modulo X sports package in a new interpretation. It will turn into production version in 2022.

For Tokyo Auto Salon 2022, which opens on January 14, Honda, along with Honda Access and Mugen divisions, stocked eleven vehicles. Probably the most anticipated is the prototype of the Civic Type R hot hatch. Also on show will be the Mugen Civic five-door, the Step WGN e: HEV Spada, Vezel e: HEV Modulo X and N-WGN Picnic concepts. At the same time, the e: HEV Spada will turn into a serial version of the minivan in the spring.

“Picnic is for those who enjoy a picnic with their family on the weekends,” the authors of the car said, without disclosing any technical details at the moment. The details underneath the retro are visible without explanation. And the N-BOX kei car will show the first example of the new N Style + line, common to all Honda N-models.

Trinity Fit e: HEV Crosstar, N-Van Custom 3rd Place Van and N-One K-Climb have been prepared for the virtual salon in 2021. They will all come to the 2022 show. In the same place, spectators will see the Team Mugen SF19 car, which took part in the Japanese super-formula of 2021, and the Red Bull Motul Mugen NSX-GT coupe of the Super GT championship.

Plus, the booth will feature an N-BOX Custom Style + Black key car, an off-road hybrid interpretation of Fit, Fit e: HEV Crosstar ready to be a special version to order, an N-Van Custom 3rd Place Van mobile cafe and an N-One K-Climb concept with lightweight body parts (carbon fiber and ABS plastic). Mugen will also showcase a pair of racing cars. Earlier we talked about the expositions of Daihatsu, Mitsubishi, Nissan and Subaru.

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