Honda has announced its lineup for the 2020 Tokyo Auto Salon, where the carmaker will have a distinct stand from the Honda Access booth we told you a few days ago.
While Honda Access will bring an S2000 20th Anniversary Prototype and the Civic Cyber Night Japan Cruiser 2020, the carmaker’s presence will also include two Modulo X concepts based on the all-new Fit/Jazz and the facelifted Freed minivan.
No details were offered about these pre-production concepts but the photos are pretty self-explanatory. The Fit supermini receives a more aggressive front fascia, including a larger Modulo X honeycomb grille and a sharp-cut bumper that houses a wider lower grille.
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We can also spot motorsport-inspired black alloy wheels, black-painted mirror caps, a new black trim element marking the doors’ lower edges, and a black roof. At the rear, the Honda Fit Modulo X Concept sports smoked taillights and redesigned rear bumper incorporating a diffuser-like trim and vertical inserts that look like vents. The black roof spoiler appears bigger than on the production model.
The Honda Freed Modulo X Concept brings similar updates, including a sharper body kit with more aggressive bumpers, side skirts, custom wheels, a massive roof spoiler, and black elements.
Besides these two Modulo X concepts, Honda’s stand will also feature the Vezel Modulo X, as well as several other production cars including the updated 2020 Civic sedan and hatchback, updated 2020 Honda S660, and NSX supercar decked in the new Indy Yellow Pearl heritage color.
There will be a Mugen Fit Prototype as well, with other exhibits including a Mugen S660 Concept, N-One Cafe Racer Concept, and CR-V Black Edition Custom Concept. Unfortunately, no photos of these models are available at the moment, but we’ll bring them to you as soon as they surface on the web.