Honda Element Diesel Woodie

This wickedly cool chopped Honda Element Diesel Woodie concept didn’t appear at the 2007 Tokyo Auto Show. And it won’t make an appearance at SEMA, either. It’s actual whereabouts are a guarded secret.

Power comes from a breathed on version of the diesel mill that currently powers the high-MPG diesel Honda CR-V that is currently available in England.

Rumor has it that the chopped and slammed Element Woodie concept has been floating around since 2004, but has never seen pavement. The Element rolls on 20-inch American Racing Torq-Thrust II rims shod with Pirelli Pzero rubber. Brembo brakes can be found on all four corners. A full six inches was taken off the top, with the woodie treatment taking visual cues from the 1946 Ford.

3 thoughts on “Honda Element Diesel Woodie”

  1. Nice to see that I’m not the only one thinking that this cute car is so reminiscent of the Woodie… one of the reasons I admire and want it so much!

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