This year at the Tokyo Motor Show, carmaker Honda will present new models. We are in fact thinking about the N-WGN and the N-WGN Custom, but other production and concept models will show their faces for the first time on the 23rd of November. The event will last until the 1st of December, so the specialists have plenty of time to present all their new achievements. As mentioned a couple of days ago, at this event Honda will also present models like the S660 Concept, the NSX Concept, the next-generation super sports models also the all-new UNI-CUB, a personal mobility device which has been developed under a very happy slogan that refers to friendship among people.
The Urban SUV Concept was unveiled for the first time at the 2013 North American International Auto Show in January and so that you know, the model will be officially announced in Japan in December this year. Moving on, know that the carmaker will also present a number of mass-production models that will be displayed, including the new Accord Plug-in Hybrid and Fit equipment with Earth Dreams Technology. All models will have a common point and that refers to the great fuel economy and to higher levels in terms of materials and a lot more.
At the event the carmaker will also present several motorcycle models which will be produced in the near future. Here we have to mention a new style 50 cc scooter equipped with a newly-developed liquid-cooled engine and the CB1300 SUPER BOL DOR which has received great LED headlights and to transfer the output to the road, a 6-speed transmission. Honda also said that it will present other models that are only specific to Honda, so we might have a lot of surprises by the end of the event.
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