Honda will show a new fuel-cell vehicle concept, tentatively dubbed FCV at the Tokyo Motor Show. It promises to have more space and range than Toyota's Mirai.

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Honda's Wander Stand concept may look like a Dali-esque phone booth, but in reality it's an autonomous stand-up mobility solution for whirring unobtrusively amid pedestrians.

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Despite the presence of seatbelts and abbreviated bottom seat cushions, the Honda Wander Stand is designed primarily for standing.

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The Wander Stand's windshield functions as a massive head-up display.

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The Honda WanderWalker looks like a Rascal mobility scooter for the new age.

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What look to be in-wheel motors should make for nimble handling.

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The Wander Walker features familiar handlebar controls and a full-color screen for vehicle functions and navigation.

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Honda's Neowing is a three-wheeled leaning hybrid motorcycle concept.

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The Light Weight Super Sports Concept is said to be a preview of a next-generation Honda high-performance motorcycle offering.

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Honda will show its NSX hybrid sports car again at the Tokyo show. It will be badged as an Acura when it goes on sale in North America.

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Honda's stunningly minimalist Project 2&4 roadster debuted in September at the Frankfurt motor show, and will be shown in Japan for the first time at the Tokyo Motor Show.

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Honda's angry-looking Civic Type R will be shown in Tokyo ahead of going on sale in most major world markets.

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