The Japanese people from Honda unveiled a new concept model at the Tokyo Motor Show this week. We talk about the N Concept 4 prototype, a vehicle which will enter production somewhere next year. Few years back, Honda also introduced the EV-N study, the N Concept 4 being the next model in the series. Sho […]
It have passed almost two months since we talked last time about the 2011 Honda Odyssey but in that time, we were naming it a concept and as you can see right now even from the title, we have some spy photos with it meaning that Honda is probably planning to sell the 2011 Honda […]
The Japanese manufacturer has issued an official communique today that announces that its stand at Geneva will host another world first. This time it is a concept with three wheels, named 3R-C. Honda announced that it will bring, at the Motor Show in Geneva, besides the already announced EV-N concept, which comes in European premiere, […]
Honda will unveil at the Los Angeles Motor Show a concept named P-nut, who wants to be an aggressive coupe for large urban areas. Honda continues the series of innovative concepts at this year’s edition of the Los Angeles Auto Show. The Japanese have issued a press release that announced the launch of the P-nut […]
This is the third Honda Concept that will be present at Tokyo Auto Show next to EV-N Concept and Skydeck Concept. I’m surprised to see that 2009 Honda CR-Z Conept is not an electric car at all. Excluding this, 2009 Honda CR-Z Conept is the pure future on 4 wheels.
This is another Honda Concept named Skydeck that is about to be released at Tokyo Auto Show near to EV-N concept and CR-Z concept that we will talk to you about in articles that are about to come. It looks very similar to a normal car but at the same time, it looks futuristic.
At first look, you would think that this is just an ugly small car and a failure for Honda; but if you are smart enough, you would know that you’re wrong. This model reminds us of Honda N360 from ’60’s. Actually, Honda N360 is the base design of Honda EV-N Concept.