Honda has announced plans to introduce a variety of concepts at the Tokyo Auto Salon.

Honda has announced plans to introduce a variety of concepts at the Tokyo Auto Salon.

First up, the Vezel Modulo concept embraces the "high quality and sportiness" of the company's latest crossover. As a result, it has been equipped with a sporty body kit and unique alloy wheels. There's also red leather seats, gloss black trim and metallic accents.

The Vezel Mugen concept has similar modifications including a new front bumper, a revised grille and modified side skirts. Other highlights include special alloy wheels and distinctive headlights.

Moving on, the N-ONE Modulo concept has a sporty exterior with modified bumpers, a mesh grille and two-tone alloy wheels. Interior changes are limited but the model boasts two-tone sports seats and alloy pedals.

The N-BOX + ELEMENT concept was inspired by “trail shoes” which can be used "actively in urban areas as well as in casual outdoor activities." It features a black and orange exterior with a revised grille and unique alloy wheels.

Last but not least, the FIT Special Customize has an aerodynamic exterior with modified bumpers and a revised grille. The sporty styling continues in the cabin as there's Recaro sport seats, alloy pedals and metallic trim.

Check out the press release for additional information

Gallery: Honda shows off their sporty concepts for the Tokyo Auto Salon