Check Out Honda’s Strangest Concepts From The Tokyo Auto Salon

Every year in January ordinary people and celebrities alike flock to take part in Japan’s Tokyo auto salon. The Tokyo auto salon is a car show famous worldwide and it is usually held at the Makuhari Messe, one of Japan’s largest convention centers located just outside Tokyo in the city of Chiba. The line-up for the show includes custom cars, as well as globally famous singers and entertainers. There are many celebrities making appearances every year as guests and entertainers.

S660 Neo Classic

The S660 Neo Classic would look great on North American roads. If you are wondering what the Tokyo auto salon experience would be like, consider the SEMA Show (Speciality Equipment Market Association), which is held in Los Angeles every year. Similarly, the SEMA Show deals with customization and auto parts. At the Tokyo auto salon in 2017, Honda’s accessory division (Honda Access) rolled out some of the most intriguing designs yet. Even the most stylish Hondas seen on the roads of North America seem tame in comparison.

To start, the S660 Neo Classic prototype has a more retro appearance than its predecessor, the S660 Roadster, which is the successor to the Honda Beat. An interesting fact: The Honda Beat was the last car the founder of Honda, Soichiro Honda, approved before his death in 1991. The S660 Neo Classic prototype is being considered for mass production in Japan.