Honda showcases Prelude concept at Japan Mobility Show
The Prelude will be the second moniker to be resurrected by Honda in recent times, first one being the Integra.
Honda has showcased the new Prelude concept at the ongoing Japan Mobility Show – also called the Tokyo Motor Show. The concept revealed today continues as a two-door coupe, and the design is true to the original model that was revealed first in 1978 and discontinued in 2001 after many generations.
Honda says that the new Prelude will be a sporty coupe that gets a strong-hybrid powertrain. The brand further adds that it is a developmental concept that will be updated before it goes into series production. Honda, however, has not shared any powertrain details for the Prelude concept yet.
The Prelude will be the second moniker to be resurrected by Honda in recent times, with the first one being the popular Integra.
The car on display looks quite production-ready with a working headlamp setup; the front gets styling cues from the latest Civic. It has Brembo brakes and 20-inch wheels that look more factory than a concept, and the wing mirrors are proper units too. Honda has not revealed the car’s interior yet, and hence, all the windows are tinted.
Honda has said that it will reveal more details about the Prelude in due course, including its powertrain and production plans.
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