Honda Reveals N-Truck and N-Camp, the Cutest Tiny Truck and Trailer Ever Made

Remember how you could buy a horse and matching truck trailer for your Barbie toy set? Of course you don't, because no self-respecting heterosexual would admit to the existence of dolls and such. Even so, Honda has just unveiled an RV that looks just like that thing, only you can live in it instead of a horse.
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Honda N-Truck and N-CampHonda N-Truck and N-Camp
Separately, they're called the N-Truck and the N-CAMP and they're based on the N-BOX. All-caps lettering aside, if the N-Box name doesn't mean anything to you, this is a tiny 3.5-meter key car that's very popular in Japan and comes with the typical 660cc engine. So yeah, that's a 10th the size of a regular truck V8.

A 50 centimeter section has been cut from the back of the N-Box key car to make the N-Truck, which is now a pastel blue two-seater. The N-Camp recreational trailer attaches to its back and comes with a practical but tiny interior, complete with a loft bed that's supposedly big enough for two adults, though they'd probably have to be 5-footers.

Below that is a stylish living area with two green velvet armchairs, a table and creature comfort features. Honda has even added two tiny vases for the flower you pick on the outdoor adventure. On the outside, the N-Camp has a Honda logo, a white roof and alloy wheels that match the ones on the car.

We're pretty sure there will never be a truck and trailer pair cuter than this. If you want to check them out and happen to live in Japan, do so at the Japan Camper Show 2015, scheduled between February 13th and the 16th (Valentine's weekend) at the Makuhari Messe.
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Mihnea's favorite cars have already been built, the so-called modern classics from the '80s and '90s. He also loves local car culture from all over the world, so don't be surprised to see him getting excited about weird Japanese imports, low-rider VWs out of Germany, replicas from Russia or LS swaps down in Florida.
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