Mugen presents the Honda Vezel Concept for those who want to get noticed

Article by Christian Andrei, on January 15, 2014

At the 2014 Tokyo Auto Salon, Mugen a.k.a. Honda’s tuning division revealed its customized version of the Vezel. The new vehicle was unveiled as a concept but we do hope that this is not the final version as it really… really needs a redesign! As you can see from the photos, the new Honda Vezel comes with a new body kit consisting of a redesigned front bumper, a new front grille, enlarged front and rear fenders which make the vehicle look weird, new side sills, a rear roof spoiler and a new rear bumper with integrated dual exhaust system and air diffuser.

The suspension was also upgraded as well as the braking system. The exterior design is completed by the new 20-inch alloy wheels. Mugen also upgraded the interior but we don’t have any photos in order to show you the new design.

In the standard form, the Honda Vezel is powered by a 1.5-liter direct-injected engine and for those who want even more, we are sure that Mugen will prepare something. The model you see in the photos is actually the hybrid version of the Vezel, which is powered by the same 1.5-liter engine but also by a high-output electric motor. [source: Honda]

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