Honda is previewing its October Tokyo Motor Show stand reveals, and it's a diverse group including a fuel-cell sedan, an upright autonomous pod, and a brace of high-performance cars and motorcycles.
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.
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.
Despite the presence of seatbelts and abbreviated bottom seat cushions, the Honda Wander Stand is designed primarily for standing.
The Wander Stand's windshield functions as a massive head-up display.
The Honda WanderWalker looks like a Rascal mobility scooter for the new age.
What look to be in-wheel motors should make for nimble handling.
The Wander Walker features familiar handlebar controls and a full-color screen for vehicle functions and navigation.
Honda's Neowing is a three-wheeled leaning hybrid motorcycle concept.
The Light Weight Super Sports Concept is said to be a preview of a next-generation Honda high-performance motorcycle offering.
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.
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.
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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