Honda is getting ready to make a big impression at the Japan Mobility Show 2023, where it will be presenting a wide variety of products and concepts. Among the highlights is the intriguing Honda Specialty Sports Concept.
While no images are available yet, this electric hatch promises a unique driving experience centered around the joy of handling and driving pleasure.
Moving on, the Sustaina-C Concept presents an environmentally conscious design reminiscent of an evolved Honda e. Its sustainable body is constructed from recycled acrylic resin. Additionally, the SC e: Concept, an electric scooter designed for urban commuting, features a swappable power pack for added convenience.
Another intriguing concept is the CI-MEV, an autonomous-ready electric two-seater designed to serve as a last-mile solution. While its production status is uncertain, it showcases Honda's commitment to innovative urban transportation solutions.
Honda's exhibition will also include an interior mockup of the HondaJet Elite II business jet, a scale model of the Honda eVTOL aircraft, an in-development gas turbine hybrid system, a fascinating robot named Avatar, and the Uni-One seated mobility device, which relies on balance control for mobility.
Additionally, there will be electric products utilizing swappable Honda Mobile Power Pack e:, including the Power Exporter e: 6000 portable external power supply device. This diverse lineup reflects Honda's forward-looking approach to future mobility solutions.