LA Auto Show: SUPER MICRO EXTERIOR PACKAGE! Honda Debuts Concepts

You know the LA Auto Show has arrived when Honda decides to unveil not one, but two world premieres. And it only took 'em 100-years. The city of angels, not Honda, who as we know is highly efficient. No one from Honda would go on record, but we suspect both the Remix and Shoebox Step Bus concepts were designed and built in six hours. By interns. So freaking high is their efficiency.

Young people, according to Honda, totally live in cities. And they need a car with that old "jet fighter feel." While a bit incoherent in both design and designer presentation, the Remix is a "sharp" looking small coupe with "dramatic" curves and "bold" angles. And while the 20x13 wheels will never see the light of Los Angeles, slap an S2000 engine in this sucker and Jalopnik is sold.

LA Auto Show: SUPER MICRO EXTERIOR PACKAGE! Honda Debuts Concepts

From the less can be more engineering department comes the Honda Step Bus concept. The Step Bus is designed to hold just about everything inside despite its diminutive exterior dimensions. Keeping in line with the Honda theme of "man maximum, machine minimum", the MP3 player best come pre-loaded with some Kraftwerk to go with the picture of puppies affixed to the Step Bus interior door panel. Step up to a bus full of images in the [Gallery]

LA Auto Show: SUPER MICRO EXTERIOR PACKAGE! Honda Debuts Concepts

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