Honda is gearing up to reveal a host of new vehicle concepts at the Japan Mobility Show next month, including what could be a fully electric sports car.
Among the list of concepts it intends to debut at the show, many of which have already been previewed, sits the Specialty Sports Concept.
In Honda’s own words, it says the model “will enable the driver to experience the pure joy of driving (driving pleasure) and transcend the constraints of time.” That can only mean good things, right?
Little else was said about the new Honda sports car, other than it’ll be electric. That does leave us with one question though, what will it be called?
One clue lies within an image of what looks to be a modernised NSX in the corner of one of the brand’s visual assets for the Japan Mobility Show.
That either means we could see the return of the NSX moniker or something completely different such as the Prelude nameplate, which was mysteriously trademarked by the Japanese carmaker in the United States just last month.
Also present on Honda’s stand this year will be a host of other futuristic cars, vans, bikes, you name it.
Included in its display is a nifty little hatchback called the Sustaina-C Concept that looks a lot like a modern interpretation of the first-generation City.
Also making its world premiere is the CI-MEV, a two-seat, four-wheel drive EV that features autonomous driving technology and looks that will make you say: “Aww.”
All will be revealed at the Japan Mobility Show 2023 when it gets underway from October 26 to November 5.