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Honda Reveals Overview of its Exhibition for the Tokyo Auto Salon 2008

TOKYO, Japan, January 9, 2008– Honda Access Corporation1, manufacturer of genuine Honda aftermarket parts and accessories, announced that it will feature two Modulo2 concept vehicles in its exhibition at the 2008 with NAPAC3, to be held from Friday, January 11, to Sunday, January 13, 2008, at Makuhari Messe in Chiba Japan.

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The theme for the Honda display will be “Realizing Dreams Together”, and the focus will be on road-going models that display the true value of Honda Access products and demonstrating how those products deliver what customers really desire.

The two concept vehicles are designed to take the appeal of the sedan to a higher level through new approaches to customization. The Sports Modulo Type R is based on the Civic Type R, and demonstrates how aerodynamic performance and design can be brought together to enhance a vehicle. The Touring Modulo Inspire, based on the new Inspire, is a luxury vehicle that combines a sporty character with a premium feel.

Also on display will be Civic Type R, Step WGN and Fit models, and motorcycles featuring Honda’s most advanced equipment. The latest Honda car navigation and audio systems and other genuine Honda accessories will also be presented.
1 Honda Access Corporation is a wholly owned subsidiary of Honda Motor Co., Ltd.
Overview of Tokyo Auto Salon 2008
Dates:
Friday, January 11, 9am to 6pm: Press Day; 1pm to 6pm:Special General Admission
Saturday, January 12, 9pm to 6pm: General Admission
Sunday, January 13, 9am to 5pm: General Admission

Location:
International Convention Hall, Makuhari Messe (Japan Convention Center), Chiba, Japan

Source: Honda

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