Honda Japan has released two videos of the N-Box Slash, showing the oddball kei car with various cabin combos that present the box in a different light.

The five available cabin styles are California Diner Style (red with checks), Hawaii Glide Style (baby blue and cream), Tennessee Session Style (woody and brown), Bright Rod Style (beige) and Street Rod Style (black). The latter two aren’t highlighted in the video, but they’re more “normal” looking. Which is your favourite?

The second video illustrates the car’s available Sound Mapping System with nine speakers (including a subwoofer below the dashboard). The setup makes use of Kevlar cone speakers, aluminium dome tweeters and a dedicated MOSFET amplifier, while a Qi wireless charging tray is included in the package. A Pure Sound Booth sound deadening kit is also available as a dealer-installed option.

First seen in December last year, the N-Box Slash is the fifth model in Honda’s renewed N Series of kei cars after the N-Box, N-Box+, N-One and N-WGN.

The range is powered by 656 cc engines in both 58 PS/65 Nm naturally-aspirated and 64 PS/105 Nm turbocharged forms. The three-cylinder unit is paired to a CVT (turbo models get paddle shifters) and as is the norm in Japan, a choice of FWD and 4WD is available.

Prices for the N-Box Slash start at 1,380,000 yen (RM41,850) for the base NA 2WD G, rising up to 1,939,400 yen (RM58,830) for the range-topping X turbo 4WD with the two-tone colour scheme. Cute, right?