Honda will be unleashing a host of new production and prototype vehicles and motorcycles at Japan’s largest aftermarket event, the Tokyo Auto Salon 2013 that runs from January 11 to Sunday, January 13, 2013.
The first car that caught our attention is the S2000 Modulo Climax study of Honda’s roadster model that ceased production in 2009.
It’s featured in a Candy Red paint and sports a newly designed front end with a chrome brace-like strip, a new rear bumper and a series of other customizations both inside and out.
As one of its newest model series, the “N” family of mini cars that includes the tall, van-like N BOX and N BOX + models and the retro-inspired N ONE hatch, will be under the spotlight, with Honda to display the cars dressed in both production and concept parts from the likes of its in-house tuners, Modulo and Mugen.
Other models to go on display include the accessorized CR-Z MUGEN RZ, the Step Wagon Modulo Style Concept, the Vamos show model and several racing cars like the MUGEN CR-Z GT.
Full details on all vehicles and motorcycles will be released at the show.