Honda unveils N-Van mobile cafe and updated FitJanuary 8, 2021
At the 2021 Tokyo Motor Show, Japan’s Honda will showcase two small concept cars, the N-Van mobile cafe and the updated Fit. A couple of hours ago, the press service of the company published images of their new products.
While the 2021 Tokyo Auto Show is not held in its standard form – with visitors and stands from various companies, Honda has planned several virtual presentations for the auto show, which kicks off online this year on 15 January. But two of the planned debuts hit the web a little earlier: the Honda N-Van mobile café, and the Fit hatchback.
Let’s start with the adorable N-Van, which Honda calls the “3rd place van,” but doesn’t say what it is about yet.
Coated with stainless steel panels, this modified N-Van looks a lot like a mobile cafe. The car received a red and white canopy, matching decorative pendant lights and even a small menu board.
Some other unique elements of this concept that you will not find on the production version of the Honda N-Van are black steel wheels, three amber navigation lights above the windshield and a glossy silver roof rack. All these elements give the concept the look of a mobile cafe.
As for the Fit, Honda calls this custom version of the “HEV Crosstar” hatchback. Inspired in part by the Honda Hunter Cub motorcycle, the hatchback uses a number of elements that appear to have been inspired by the company’s crossovers. The suspension has a slight lift, Toyo off-road tires are wrapped around black steel rims, there’s an extra Yakima roof rack, and some extra black bodywork over the beige paint help give this little car even more style.
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