Honda has indeed introduced the WR-V in Indonesia from IDR 274.9 million to IDR 324.1 million, but whether detikers knows or not, apparently Honda also has a new option for the WR-V, you know. Hey, but don’t be mistaken, this Honda WR-V is still in concept form.

In Honda’s official broadcast, it was explained that to emphasize its sporty DNA, Honda is displaying several special products at the 2024 Tokyo Auto Salon, such as the Honda WR-V in the Field Explorer Concept version.

It didn’t stop there, on the same occasion Honda also introduced the Sports Line version of the 11th generation Honda Accord, New Honda Civic RS Prototype, Honda Civic Type R FL5 Mugen. Indeed, Honda has not provided definite information on when it will start selling the passenger car shown, however, this special version looks very likely to be sold directly.

Not only passenger cars, Honda also shows their seriousness in the world of racing. At the 2024 Tokyo Auto Salon event, Honda also showed the super durable version of the Honda Civic Type R FL5 CNF-R with HRC livery, the Honda Civic Type R FL5 version of the Honda R&D Challenge FL5, as well as the 2024 Super GT racing car, namely the Honda Civic Type R- GT.

Honda WR-V Use The Same Engine With The F1

Apart from that, Honda also showcased the Red Bull Racing Honda RBPT RB19 F1 racing car which has made achievements in the 2023 Formula 1 racing championship. The Red Bull Motul Mugen SF23 Super Formula racing car which won the Super Formula racing championship in the 2023 season.

Even at the Tokyo Auto Salon event, Honda also exhibited the Honda S800, a Honda racing car that was competed in the Shinshiro Rally Participating Vehicle where this car was developed by the Educational Corporation Honda Gakuen Honda Technical College Kanto. And the Honda N-One HCM Super N-One, which is used in the N-One Owner’s Cup Participating Vehicle racing event.

The Tokyo Auto Salon event is the largest car modification exhibition in Japan which is held in collaboration between the Tokyo Auto Salon Association (TASA), the Japan Auto Parts Aftermarket Committee (NAPAC), the Japan Automobile Manufacturers Association (JAMA) and the Japan Automobile Federation (JAF).