2013 Honda N-One Debuts

2013 Honda N-One Debuts


Just the Facts:
  • The 2013 Honda N-One is the latest model in Honda's N Series of mini vehicles.
  • The Honda N-One went on sale on Friday in Japan, with no production plans on tap for the U.S.
  • The N-One lineup includes a premium model that riffs off the Mini Cooper, with a two-tone treatment for the body and roof.

TOKYO — The 2013 Honda N-One is the latest model in Honda's N Series of mini vehicles.

The Honda N-One went on sale on Friday in Japan, with no production plans on tap for the U.S.

The N-One lineup includes a premium model that riffs off the Mini Cooper, with a two-tone treatment for the body and roof. There are five color combinations for the two-tone treatment.

The N-One moves Honda's mini vehicles further into upscale territory with a new Emergency Stop Signal system as standard. The system responds to sudden braking and automatically starts the hazard lights to alert vehicles behind the N-One.

The N-One joins the Honda N Box and N Box+ in Honda's home market.

Edmunds says: The Honda N-One would need a name change if it ever made it into U.S. showrooms.

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