At the 43rd Tokyo Motor Show that begins on the 20th of November, the Honda N-WGN, the fourth model in the N-Series, will make its global premiere. Honda has already confirmed that the Honda Urban SUV (production model) and the S660 Concept would also globally premiere at Japan's largest motor event.
Honda has not elaborated on the N-WGN, saving the best to last, but the images explain its Wagon R type profile and an upright front fascia. The N-WGN Custom in addition receives body skirts, an Accord styled grille, a new front bumper with foglights, and a tailgate spoiler.
Interiors are fairly straightforward with a functional design. A multifunction steering, dash-mounted gear selector, electronic climate control, push button start and a trip computer are the identifiable features. The cabin comes in a dual tone beige-black or purple-beige color scheme.
Power is very likely to be transmitted by a 660cc engine, in naturally aspirated and turbocharged forms, paired to a CVT.
Additionally, Honda will show many different products such as the NSX Concept, UNI-CUB personal mobility device, Accord Plug-in hybrid, the new Jazz, a 50cc motorcycle named 'Dunk', and the CB1300 SUPER BOL D'OR with a 6-speed gearbox and LED lights at this year's show.