Honda Reveals Custom Vezels and Sporty Concepts Heading to Tokyo


Japanese carmaker to unveil a range of custom concepts at next month's show.

With the Tokyo Auto Salon fast approaching, Honda has followed Nissan's lead in announcing its lineup for Japan's answer to SEMA and a pair of modified Vezel crossover concepts lead the charge. The first comes cloaked in Modulo parts, while the other has been prepared by Mugen. Both showcase sporty body kits and unique alloys, and give prospective US buyers the chance to see how they can customize the as-yet-unnamed Fit-based crossover that's headed to our fair nation.

Other Modulo and Mugen variants coming to the show include the new JDM Odyssey, the Fit, and the N family of kei cars. Honda will also display a N-WGN Macaron Color Collection that looks like a cookie delivery truck, an N-BOX + Element Concept, some racing cars, and Ninja Turtle-inspired Grom motorbikes.

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