Honda has launched the new N-One hatchback in Japan. It has been developed on the lines of the N360, the first mass produced Honda mini-hatchback in 1967.
Honda is offering the N-One in two engine configurations - 660cc and 660cc Turbo with no details given on the power figures. Both the engines are mated to a CVT transmission.
The N-One has a cabin which can accommodate four grown-ups in reasonable comfort, with a suspension which is tuned for comfort.
Japanese conversion rates show that the Honda N-One retails at a rather steep price of Rs 7.81 lakh.
The N-ONE lineup also includes a higher grade model, the N-ONE Premium, which features a high-quality exterior and interior.
To accommodate the unique tastes of individual customers, a great variety of exterior colours are offered with total 11 body colours and a 2-tone colour style, which has different colours for the body and roof.
Fuel efficiency is a claimed 27kmpl in the Japanese cycle.
Emergency Stop Signal, a feature which responds to sudden braking by blinking the hazard lamps is a standard feature.