The Honda N-ONE belongs to the new N series vehicles Japanese mini house as the Honda N Box which was released earlier this year. The Honda N-ONE is based on the N Concept 4 that was shown at the Tokyo Motor Show last year and is directly inspired by the Honda N360, the first mini passenger car mass production that Honda brought to market in 1967.
In the beginning, customers in Japan can choose from two engine options, a three-cylinder naturally aspirated 0.66 liters and a turbocharged version of the same engine, with a choice of front-or all-wheel drive.
The 2013 Honda N-ONE was developed in the reason for the N360, the first mass-produced passenger car Honda mini-introduced to the market in 1967, and inherits Honda M / M (man maximum, machine minimum) concept is the design point of Honda automobile.
Honda N-ONE The line also includes a higher-grade model, the N-ONE Premium, which features a high quality exterior and interior that are beyond those of any of the models in the mini-vehicle category. Furthermore, to accommodate the tastes of each customer, a variety of exterior colors are offered with a total of 11 body colors and a style of two-tone color, with different colors for the body and the roof.
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