The 2017 Tokyo Auto Salon is set to take place in January, and Honda has begun teasing its exhibit line-up at the automotive customisation show, which will feature several of the company’s minivans.

Up first are two concepts based on the all-new Freed – the Modulo X and Active – with the former receiving an aggressive-looking bodykit and red accents for a bit of contrast to its white body. Meanwhile, the Active will appeal to those who prefer to explore the outdoors, with green accents that appear to “knitted” in place.

Both concepts will be positioned at the Modulo booth, including a special edition of the StepWGN Modulo X, which introduces a new colour scheme to the minivan that is similar to the Freed Modulo X (plenty of red accents).

Over at Mugen, a concept called the Infinite Garu will make its debut although there are no images provided for now. The translated text merely says a small, rounded vehicle and that “it is a dream of Mugen that it wants to make.” Joining the Mugen concept is a bodykit for the Freed that includes a front and rear under spoilers, additional LED lights, side skirts, wing spoiler, illuminated badge and two wheel choices.

Other Honda exhibits include the S660 Bruno Leather Edition, which focuses on a premium interior rather than a sporty one. Visitors will also get to see the McLaren MP4-31 Formula One car and the company’s entry in next year’s Super GT – the NSX-GT.