The exterior of the N-One Mugen receives a sporty looking bodykit. The front end of the car has been revised with a unique front grille and LED fog lamps. The rear end has been restyled to fit a dual, centre mounted exhaust system.
The company also offers buyers with three new wheel designs and a sportier suspension system. However, the engine and transmission is left untouched. In the interior department, the N-One Mugen is fitted with colour matching door panels, a red coloured engine start button a boost gauge (for turbo models only) and brushed aluminium floor pedals.
Honda has just started offering the 660cc N-One in Japan and it comes in two sub models, a naturally aspirated model and a premium model which is turbocharged. Both comes with continuously variable transmission and features either front wheel drive or all wheel drive.
Buyers can choose LED lighting for the interior lights and also a two tone paint job for the body. Xenon headlights comes as a standard for all cars and the rear seats can be folded flat to maximise interior space. Pricing starts from 1.1 million yen to 1.7 million yen for the top grade model.