2009 Tokyo Auto Salon: One big show for Honda

Article by Christian Andrei, on August 29, 2010

As American automakers are prepping up their lineups for showcasing at the Detroit Auto Show, Honda on the other hand is getting ready for a skew of concept cars to display at the 2009 Tokyo Auto Salon.

The Japanese motor show is a commemoration of modified vehicles and Honda is getting ready its headline concepts in the form of its Sports Modulo (which is based on the S2000) and the Honda Fit (Jazz).

Japanese customization expertise is highly demonstrated in the Modulo concepts (Sports Modulo S2000 and Sports Modulo Fit) and point toward what the future holds for such customization packs.

The unique and attractive exterior design exists also in the interior with high-grade materials and finishes. Although not much is known about this pair of vehicles, complete details will be available when the Tokyo Auto Salon commences tomorrow, January 9.

Honda will be showcasing its whole range of upgrade equipment, audio and navigation systems and accessories with the inclusion of other models besides the other two aforementioned Modulos.

There will be a Racing Modulo Civic Type R competition car, a couple of Life and Crossroad Styling Study Models, and a host of other cars and motorcycles.

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