Not being a brand to disappoint, Honda has announced that they will be showcasing a wide range of innovative models and concepts at the 44th Tokyo Motor Show, claiming the largest floor area of any single brand at the show. In addition to these new models, Honda will also be showcasing their new innovative mobility solutions designed to improve everyday lives of Honda customers.
Highlights include the first chance to see the all-new FCV, the all-new NSX hybrid and an array of racing machines from a range of international race series.
The FCV is an all-new hydrogen-powered fuel cell vehicle and is the world’s first production model of a hydogen fuel-cell powered saloon to fit its entirety under the hood, which is usually occupied by the engine and transmission. This has enabled extra interior space which seats five adults comfortably. Moreover, the range is estimated at more than 300 miles, with an anticipated refuelling time of three to five minutes, just like a conventional petrol or diesel car.
Following strong sales in Europe this summer, the all-new Honda Civic Type R will also make its Japanese debut at the show. Sales in Japan for the all-new Type R are due to commence later this year.
Honda will also be displaying the all-new S660 open-top sports mini-vehicle at the Tokyo Motor Show. The compact and efficient car, which is sold exclusively in Japan aims to deliver the same excitement as a fully-fledged sports car.
Honda will also be exhibiting several concept models at the show, including Honda Project 2&4 powered by RC213V. Designed to deliver an alluring driving experience, Honda Project 2&4 utilises Honda’s experience to provide the freedom of a motorcycle and the manoeuvrability of a car.
WANDER STAND and WANDER WALKER are another two concepts that will be on display to address the challenge of future mobility. The WANDER WALKER is specifically designed to manoeuvre freely among pedestrians.
This whole brand portfolio of models is united by Honda’s global brand
slogan – ‘The Power of Dreams’ and with such a great array of models and
concepts on offer it really looks like Honda is making these dreams