The final production version of Honda's retro-styled N-ONE mini was officially unveiled today in the brand's home market of Japan, where it will go on sale on November 2, 2012.
Prices in Japan start at 1,150,000 Yen ($14,400 / €11,100) for the base 2WD, Type G model and rise to 1,707,750 Yen ($21,300 / €16,500) for 4WD, Premium edition.
As many of you may recall, it is the production version of the N Concept_4 displayed at last year's Tokyo Motor Show with its styling directly inspired by the motif of the N360, the first mass-produced Honda mini passenger car that was introduced to the market in 1967.
While Honda won't say it, you can think of the N-ONE as the Japanese automaker's answer to the Fiat 500, though, for the time being, there are no plans to offer the car in overseas markets.
Customers in Japan can choose from two engine options, a 0.66-liter naturally aspirated three-cylinder unit and a turbocharged version of the same powerplant, in either front or all-wheel drive configurations.