Honda N-TRUCK/N-CAMP is Tiny Towing Tastiness
honda | February 6, 2015
Who says size is everything? When it comes to small adorable vehicles, nobody does it like the Japanese. Crated for the Japan CampingCar Show this year is Honda’s aptly named N-TRUCK/N-CAMP that looks like a recreational vehicle/trailer combo that got thrown in the dryer. Whatever the inspiration for this slick duo, we love the execution of it in all its automotive cuteness.
It’s derived from Honda’s N-BOX Slash mini minivan, a subcompact used to navigate and park in the squished urban streets of Japan. This time for the N-TRUCK portion, it’s been given a light blue and white colorway and kind of a pickup-truck like rear end. The N-TRUCK tows uses a conventional trailer hitch and a truck “bed” that’s about the size of a TV dinner tray. But it’s not for hay bale hauling. Instead, it partners with the N-CAMP trailer that has modern digs for shorter camping trips and includes accommodations for two and probably barely room for snacks for the road.