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Honda Inspire Modulo Touring Concept

Honda Inspire Modulo Touring Concept
Honda Inspire Modulo Touring Concept

Ready for Tokyo Auto Salon

At 2008 Tokyo Auto Salon

Last week we brought you news that the new Honda Inspire was launched in Japan, the Inspire is of course known as the Honda Accord in the US and Europe, followed shortly by the Mugen tuned version. For the 2008 Tokyo Auto Salon Honda in-house tuner Modulo has prepared an Inspire Modula Concept, a spiced up version for the local Japanese market.

The Inspire Modulo Concept features a new body kit (front and rear bumpers, side sills), new grille, new headlamps, crystal clear tail-lights, various chrome details and seven-spoke alloy wheels. Inside you will find two tone-leather and plenty of tech gadgets. Whether the underpinnings have been touched up too is not known, but we hope that the flash new exterior is backed up with a fine-tuned 3.5 litre V6 engine and suspension.

All in all it looks pretty good, but stay tuned for official details in January. More images at NihonCar.

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Published Dec 28th, 2007 3:20pm By Frank de Leeuw van Weenen
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unknownuser unknownuser
Does anyone have a contact for 2008 Honda Accord Accessories from Asia? I'm looking for the "Wood Panels" in the gray color among other parts not available in the USA. Thanks. Ron
Sep 28th, 2008 10:01am
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GeeDougg GeeDougg
Are any of you actually surprised though? They can't design too many pretty cars themselves, so eventually they'll have to copy others.... I'm not exactly shocked....
Jan 1st, 2008 8:14am
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buozgs01 buozgs01
"NICKKOP" is right. It looks like the new Audi A4/A5.
Dec 30th, 2007 9:41am
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ck314 ck314
Overdone crap, they should have thrown in those zebra-like floor mats the average Japanese is so fond of lol
Dec 29th, 2007 10:59pm
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my2cents my2cents
silly name with overkill creases... still a long way to go to get anywhere near classy. then again, it's built for the guy who outgrows his souped-up Civic.
Dec 29th, 2007 5:03pm
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GeeDougg GeeDougg
The interior and the rear aren't half bad, but a lot of the angular work looks unsorted and needlessly over-exaggerated as though they were desperate to express their desire to build a non-boring car. Well, at least they're getting there, I think.... Wheels are nice too....
Dec 29th, 2007 4:31pm
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NitrousOxide NitrousOxide
Finally, the got out of thier "conservative" prison.. Good looking car..
Dec 29th, 2007 11:36am
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NICKKOP NICKKOP
LOOKS BEAUTIFUL, HONDA YOU ARE USUALLY VERY GOOD ABOUT USING YOUR OWN DESIGN/STYLING TECHNIQUES AND THIS WOULD BE ANOTHER EXAMPLE OF SUCH IF YOU HAD NOT TAKEN AUDI'S NEWEST HEADLIGHT DESIGN TREATMENT... NOT LIKE YOU HONDA.. VERY DISAPPOINTING... DID YOU GRAFT ON A SET OF AUDI B8 A4/A5 HEADLIGHTS OR JUST SNATCH THEIR DESIGN?
Dec 29th, 2007 6:31am
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GeeDougg GeeDougg
Is your capslock broken by any chance? :P Well, anyway, I agree for the most part. Except this isn't the first time Honda has copied something. Not that it matters though. The front grill on this car used to be beautiful and now it's, well, not. Way to ruin a nice design. I'll stick to the regular Inspire with the Mugen treatment minus the pointless/useless ricer spoiler.
Dec 29th, 2007 4:28pm
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muellr muellr
this is some angry comic style fast and furious boy racer, funny that the accord is the ultra safe bet kid of a car in the states...
Dec 29th, 2007 4:32am
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GeeDougg GeeDougg
Which is why I don't ever go by what "the States" consider a "safe bet" among cars....
Dec 29th, 2007 4:29pm
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