Honda has prepared more than a dozen conceptual and modified cars, from hotrods to Barbie-inspired models for the 2015 Tokyo Auto Salon. Japan’s premiere tuning and customization show runs from January 9 to 11 at the Makuhari Messe in Chiba.
From the cars they’ve released (Honda has kept some models under covers), the most eye-popping one is probably the ‘Cyber Concept N-Box Slash Code:89′ that looks like it came straight out of a sci-fi movie.
The Mugen N-Box Slash pays tribute to American car culture in a tongue-in-cheek Japanese anime fashion with racing stripes and hotrod flame graphics, while other N-series models include the matte-grey N-One Concept, the N-Box Custom, the Barbie-inspired N-Box Slash, and N-WGN.
Honda’s stand will also play host to a Vezel (HR-V in North America and Europe) designed by Japanese fashion company ‘Samantha Thavasa’, Mugen versions of the Legend, Grace and Fit RS, racecars and a number of motorcycles.