Honda will be bringing a wide collection of vehicles to the 2016 Tokyo Auto Salon.
The Japanese automaker will once again showcase numerous Mugen and Modulo concepts early next year, highlighted by a Mugen Civic Type R sporting more aggressive styling, wheels and more. It is also no surprise that Mugen will bring out a couple of S660 roadsters to give enthusiasts an idea of the possibilities for its newest model. Other vehicles that will feature Mugen products include the Step WGN Spada minivan and the HR-V crossover.
Joining the Mugen lineup of customized vehicles will be Honda’s Modulo concepts that will once again include the S660, another Civic Type R, a Step WGN, Fit, N-One and N-Box. The company will also present the McLaren-Honda MP4-30, NSX Concept-GT and the Concept CB cafe racer that was at the Tokyo Motor Show earlier this year.
Now that the new Honda Civic coupe has debuted at the 2015 L.A. Auto Show, U.S. enthusiasts will have to wait patiently to see what Honda will bring for its new Civic Type R that is finally destined for North America.
AutoGuide.com recently named the new Honda Civic our 2016 Car of the Year.