Concept Honda Cr-Z Ts-1X

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Concept Honda CR-Z TS-1X

 Of course, after the press days, where open all the hidden big premiere show, at the Detroit Motor Show 2011 auto world turned his own views at the Tokyo Motor Show 2011, which was held from Friday, Jan. 14, on Sunday, January 16, in the exhibition ensemble Makuhari Messe in Chiba (Chiba), Japan. However, in the land of the rising sun and still generally have to look at that! For example, not so long ago have video eyeglasses in which you can see my beloved video, and maybe movies. Hence in the event this year, Honda will suggest some concern recent machines, such as the concept of TS-1X based on hybrid CR-Z.
 Perhaps the prototype model – the work of experts Honda Access Corporation, a Japanese car manufacturer units occupied by aftermarket release of the elements and accessories. Also rumored about the ability of Book Reader installed in cars, because traffic jams are not perfect, why not spend time with benefits.

Honda did not advertise virtually no disk imaging on the conceptual model, although suggested in the press release photos of us the opportunity to build that TS-1X has an opaque black color and equipped full body-kit consisting of front and rear bumpers, side skirts and muscular rather big rear wing, which suggests the consent of the model CR-Z.
 Seemed to include other goods Honda, which will be put on board Honda, there are all kinds of special vehicles, including the Sports Modulo NSX, micro van Freed Spike, truck Acty, also an electric Enepo. Of course on the boards firms were established monitors Apple iPad 3G, which could observe the whole thorough information about the news.
 However, it also seems a little racing models, such as HSV-010 GT, who won at the individual and team races racing series Super GT Series GT500. Anyway Focus promise to be a Fit Hybrid and STEPWGN – cars for the domestic Japanese market. aluminum our website and you’ll learn all the details of the Tokyo Motor Show.


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