Honda Jazz Modulo to be presented at 2016 Tokyo Auto Salon – IAB Report

Posted on: Jan 2, 2016 - 1:23pm IST

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Honda has planned to present six modulo concepts at the 2016 Tokyo Auto Salon (TAS) including the Honda Civic Type R, the Honda Jazz (Honda Fit), the Honda S660, the Honda N-One, the Honda Step WGN, and the Honda N-Box. The company will also exhibit five ‘Mugen Power 2016’ models at the show, which opens on January 15.

Honda Civic Type R Modulo

Honda Civic Type R Modulo for 2016 TAS

The Honda Civic Type R Modulo gets red surrounds on grille, a black bumper, side skirts, a red appliqué on ORVMs, brake calipers and the rear wing.

Honda S660 Modulo

Honda S660 Modulo Concept front quarter for 2016 TAS

The Honda S660 Modulo gets a matte black trim on white base colour, and black coated custom alloy wheels. The car gets a rear decklid which is fitted with a mini roof-rack that can carry one travel bag.

Honda N-One Modulo

Honda N One Modulo X Concept front quarter for 2016 TAS

The Honda N-One gets a Modulo X package that adds red colour to the ORVM caps and the roof. The car has a white base colour and black alloy wheels. The grille is modded to be larger than the stock.

Honda N-Box Modulo

Honda N Box Modulo X Concept front quarter for 2016 TAS

The Honda N-box with the Modulo X package is characterised by redesigned front and rear bumpers, a black roof and roof-mounted spoiler and smoked tail lamps.

Honda Step WGN Modulo

Honda Step WGN Modulo Concept for 2016 TAS

The Honda Step WGN Modulo is a white car with gloss finish on grille, windows, alloys and roof. The front bumper is made sharper, the grille is altered, a pair of side skirts is added, the rims are new and a rear spoiler is fastened.

Honda Fit (Honda Jazz) Modulo

Honda Fit Modulo Concept front quarter for 2016 TAS

The Honda Fit Modulo (Honda Jazz Modulo) gets dark coloured trims on front and rear bumpers, and black side skirts and wheels. The car has minimal mods.

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