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Honda Announces Vehicles to Be Exhibited at Tokyo Motor Show

Honda to show off concept and production cars

Oct 23 2013, 11:49am CDT | by

Honda Announces Vehicles to Be Exhibited at Tokyo Motor Show
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Honda has announced the lineup of concept and production cars, motorcycles, and other items that will be displayed at the 43rd annual Tokyo Motor Show taking place next month. Two key models will be on display from Honda's automotive line are the S660 Concept and the NSX Concept.

The S660 is described as a next-generation open top sports many vehicle with "dynamic and advanced styling design" along with other new initiatives. Honda says that the vehicle will have a "Super cockpit interior" to create the ultimate space for the driver.

Honda will also be showing off the NSX concept which is its next-generation sports car with a direct injected V-6 engine mounted in a lightweight body. The concept will feature a Sport Hybrid SH-AWD. I will also make the official world premiere for the N-WGN urban SUV.

 
 
 

<a href="/latest_stories/all/all/3" rel="author">Shane McGlaun</a>
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