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Honda presents one-of-a-kind Odyssey Minnie Van

One-off custom minivan will be on display for Disney D23 Expo

2018 Honda Odyssey Minnie Van

Honda redefines the family mover with a one-off Odyssey Minnie Van.

In collaboration with Disney ABC, Honda decided to do up a 2018 Odyssey in the stylish cartoon fashion sense of Minnie Mouse for this weekend’s Disney D23 Expo, at the Anaheim Convention Center, across the street from California’s Disneyland.

"The all-new Odyssey was developed for modern families offering high-tech features, flexible seating and new styling, all aimed at keeping everyone in the family happy," said Susie Rossick, Assistant Vice President of Honda Marketing. "In creating the MINNIE VAN that will be on display at the D23 Expo, we're proud to partner with Disney-ABC and be inspired by the style of the most fashionable gal around – Minnie Mouse."

The van will be the centerpiece of the Minnie’s Style: The Fashion House of Minnie Mouse display at the fan expo, surrounded by Minnie's iconic dresses and accessories through the years. The van will not be sold following the event.

The Minnie Van is a one-of-a-kind, pink-polka dot liveried (complete with oversized bow and mouse ears on the roof) custom 2018 Honda Odyssey minivan, which is also the grand prize in the "Disney Unlock the Magic Sweepstakes" along with vacation for two to Disneyland Resort. It will also be featured in exclusive content for the Disney Junior show Mickey and the Roadster Racers, featuring special appearances by Mickey Mouse and other Disney characters and their personalized transforming vehicles.

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