Honda reveals vehicles to be displayed at Tokyo Motor Show

Concept cars and planned production models
Nov 7, 2013

Honda Motor Company has revealed the product lineup it will display at the Tokyo Motor Show later this month. Since TopGear.com.ph is mostly about cars, we\'ll skip the motorcycles and other machinery--like a robotic lawn mower--that will appear at the event.

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First up is the S660 Concept which Honda claims is a next-generation open-top and sporty \"mini vehicle that features a dynamic and advanced styling design.\" The car has what the Japanese carmaker calls a \"Super cockpit interior that thoroughly pursues the ultimate space for the driver.\"

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Joining the S660 Concept are the planned production model of the N-WGN, the fourth model of Honda\'s N-Series of mini vehicles, and the second vehicle of the carmaker\'s global compact series based on the Urban SUV Concept which debuted at the 2013 Detroit Auto Show in January.

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The NSX Concept will also be on display at the venue along with the production models of the all-new Accord Plug-in Hybrid and the Jazz (Fit in Japan) equipped with Honda\'s new-generation powertrain technologies that \"realize both the fun of driving and excellent fuel economy at a high level.\"

With its other motorcycle and mechanical products on display, Honda claims that it has \"the largest floor area of any single brand at the show.\"

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