The 43rd Tokyo Motor show is scheduled to be held in November 2013 where different automakers from all over the world will display their new production models and concept vehicles. The Japanese automaker Honda also announces the list of the models that will be displayed at the 43rd Tokyo Big Sight. The list includes both production models and concepts including motorcycles, cars and power products. The highlighted models from the house of Honda includes Honda S660 CONCEPT, the Japan Premier of NSX CONCEPT, open top sports type mini vehicle, the next generation super sports model and the world premiere of the production model of the Urban SUV CONCEPT.
The Honda’s all new UNI-CUB, is also expected to be shown at the show. This is a personal mobility device manufactured under the theme of “Harmony with People”. The world premiere of the fourth model of the N-series N-WGN will also exhibit at the show with numerous mass production models including Accord Plug-in hybrid and Fit features Earth Dream technology.
A number of production models of motorcycles are also expected to be shown at the show including new 500cc scooter in the Japanese market, DUNK, Cross-Cub custom Concept and CBR 250R. Honda will also display some racing machines at the show including RC142, RC213V, CBR 250R and CRF450 RALLY. Honda offered the exclusive pictures of all the vehicles that will attend the show on the internet.
The 2013 Tokyo Motor show will be held at Tokyo Big Sight. From 20th to 21st November will be Press days and 23rd to December 1st 2013 will be Public days. With a range of diverse and unique products, the Honda will cover a large floor area at the show. Honda is trying to meet the challenges and demands of new mobility standards.
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