We brought you the advance sketches a few weeks ago, and now, with the Tokyo Auto Salon upon us, Honda has released the official photographs of its four 2007 Tokyo Auto Salon concept vehicles -- one of which is if the two-wheeled variety.
Here's the breakdown on what's what:
Fit Daily Active Concept
Shown above, the Fit Daily Active Concept incorporates an updated fascia and requisite body kit. LED headlamps add visual pop to the outside, and an eye-popping red-and-white 2-tone interior with multicolor striped seating trim adorn the cabin. A multifunction AV/Navigation display takes up residence in the dash right next to an integrated aroma diffuser.
Follow the jump info on the other Hondas at the Tokyo Auto Salon.
[Source: Honda Japan]
Forza Smart 2-Seater Concept
The Forza is a 2-seat scooter wearing custom paint and upholstery, plus gold wheels and trim. It sports a communication system so that front and rear passengers can converse easily, and is also equipped with the same Audio Visual Navigation system installed in the Fit concept.
Stream Sports Concept
The red Stream Sports Concept builds on the already slick looks of Honda's newest home-market MPV, and sports a unique front fascia, LED light clusters, upsized Modulo wheels and tires, and a customized interior that features aluminum (or aluminum-look, at least) seatbacks, bespoke upholstery with contrast stitching, and individualized entertainment options for all passengers.
Stream Exclusive Concept
This Stream takes a decidedly more upscale approach than the Sports Concept. It wears silver paint, a unique front end, with a larger grille done up in a mesh pattern. LED lights, chrome trim, rearview cameras and wheels by Honda Modulo adorn the exterior. Inside, ambient lighting, plush carpeting, and lounge-like seating set the mood for occupants who want to settle in to watch a movie on the drop-down 17-inch monitor.
In addition to the concepts, the Honda display will be home to a group of other JDM vehicles decked out in Modulo factory accessories.
More than ever, we want to see the Honda Stream presented as a smaller, sportier alternative to the bulky Odyssey here in North America. Maybe it'd fit in as a different kind of lifestyle vehicle for Acura. Frankly, we don't care how it's positioned, as long as we see it. Hey, you never know. We did get the Fit...