Japanese automaker Honda is looking to make a big splash at the Tokyo Motor Show later this month. The company is planning to bring a veritable host of concept and production vehicles (more than any other automaker) to the show.
Attendees will get a chance to see a range of concept vehicles the company is considering bringing to production. Part of that group of concept vehicles is a new plug-in hybrid as well as an EV dubbed the ACX.
Details are scarce at the moment, with Honda tight-lipped on any details with the Small Sport EV Concept, while details on the ACX are not much better. We do know Honda is aiming to impress with the ACX plug-in — a vehicle that is well equipped to handle bustling urban environments, while at the same time offering a true open road experience. The company says the ACX will come with a two-mode drive system with an engine mode for that added push in power and performance, and an automatic drive mode for standard driving.
Again, no word on pricing or if these two concepts will make it to production, but we imagine more information will follow once they are unveiled in Tokyo.
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