Honda N Box Unveiled at 2011 Tokyo Motor Show
As all kei cars, the N Box is powered by a twincam 660cc engine and a continuously variable automatic transmission created with economy in mind. Also typical is the box shape and ample space inside, thanks to clever seating. It’s even based on a design concept that’s called man maximum/machine minimum!
Probably the coolest feature is the unique blind spot mirror array, which is basically like a prism letting you see what’s in front of the bumper. There’s even one that lets you see behind the car. Amazing stuff that you should definitely check out in the photo gallery.
❐ Check out the Honda N Box photo gallery