• Honda S2000 Modulo Climax front 3/4

  • Honda S2000 Modulo Climax rear 3/4

  • Honda S2000 Modulo Climax interior

  • Honda S2000 Modulo Climax interior

  • Honda N-One Modulo Style

  • Honda N-One Modulo Style rear 3/4

  • Honda N-One Modulo Style interior

  • Honda N-One Modulo Style interior

  • Honda STP WGN Modulo Style

  • Honda STP WGN Modulo Style rear 3/4

  • Honda STP WGN Modulo Style cockpit

  • Honda STP WGN Modulo Style interior

  • Honda Mugen CR-Z GT

  • Honda Shinden

  • Honda N Box Modulo X

  • Honda N Box Modulo X rear 3/4

  • Honda N Box Plus

  • Honda N Box Plus rear 3/4

  • Honda N-One

  • Honda N-One rear 3/4

  • Honda Mugen CR-Z

  • Honda Mugen CR-Z rear 3/4

  • Honda Mugen N-One

  • Honda Mugen N-One rear 3/4

  • Honda Mugen N-One Premium

  • Honda Mugen N-One Premium rear 3/4

The title of Steve Martin's groundbreaking 1977 comedy-music album was "Let's Get Small," but the title may just as well be used to describe the approach Honda is taking for the vehicles the Japanese automaker is showing off at the Tokyo Auto Salon next month.

Most notable for fuel-sipping enthusiasts is the unveiling of the CR-Z Mugen RZ, a hot-roddish version of the Honda hybrid coupe that the company first announced this fall. Among other advancements, the Mugen version uses a supercharger to increase the standard version's output by 30 horsepower (to 153 hp). The model, of which just 300 will be produced in Japan only, will also feature an improved exhaust system, suspension and braking.

Other, more petite models Honda is showing off include a few variants of the boxy N-One mini vehicle, a concept vehicle based on the S2000 convertible and, yes, some new motorcycle models. The Tokyo Auto Salon takes place January 11 - 13. Check out Honda's press release below.
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Overview of Honda Exhibit at TOKYO AUTO SALON 2013 with NAPAC

TOKYO, Japan, December 26, 2012 - Honda Motor Co., Ltd. today announced it will participate in TOKYO AUTO SALON 2013 with NAPAC*1, which will be held from Friday, January 11 to Sunday, January 13, 2013, at Makuhari Messe in Chiba Prefecture, Japan. Featuring production and exhibition models of automobiles, motorcycles presenting a variety of exciting approaches to customization, power products and racing vehicles will also be presented at the Honda exhibit.

Featured automobiles will include models based on the all-new N-ONE mini-vehicle, such as the N-ONE Modulo*2 Style with its sophisticated atmosphere, the MUGEN Racing N-ONE Concept model manufactured by MUGEN*3, and a model created in collaboration with the Japan Nailist Association (JNA), showing off its custom body colors and adorned in rhinestone. Also on display will be 10 mini-vehicles full of fun and variety, including show models of the VAMOS and the ACTY TRUCK.

Honda's automobile exhibit will also show the S2000 Modulo Climax (exhibition model), an S2000-based concept model featuring cutting-edge aeroform design and a chic interior coordinated in black and burgundy. Models on exhibit will include the MUGEN CR-V Design Study, a CR-V-based concept model presenting a new design, and the CR-Z MUGEN RZ, a MUGEN vehicle sold commercially as a complete car limited to 300 vehicles.

Honda's motorcycle exhibit will present the GOLDWING F6B unveiled at EICMA 2012 (70th International Motorcycle Exhibition) in Italy in November and planned for commercial production. Customized vehicles derived from such models as the CB1300 SUPER FOURSpecial Edition and the NC700X will also be on display featuring aftermarket parts and accessories.

Honda's racing vehicle exhibit will present the RC213V motorcycle, an essential contributor to Honda's team and constructors' championships in the 2012 MotoGP, the highest class in the Road Racing World Championship Grand Prix. Two cars from the SUPER GT Series, the HSV-010 GT and the MUGEN CR-Z GT, will also be appearing as well as the DOCOMO TEAM DANDELION RACING machine that won the 2012 Formula NIPPON team championship.

Organized by the TOKYO AUTO SALON ASSOSIATION (TASA) with the cooperation of the Nippon Auto Parts Aftermarket Committee (NAPAC)
Modulo: Brand name for customized products made by Honda Access Corporation, the manufacturer of genuine Honda aftermarket parts and accessories
MUGEN: Brand name used by M-TEC Co., Ltd., which conducts motor sports activities and develops, manufactures and sells tuned parts for Honda vehicles and complete cars

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