The Annual Beijing Auto Show, which begins April 23, promises to feature exciting announcements from Honda, particularly for the Chinese market. Recently, the car manufacturer unveiled two minimalist sketches of new vehicles that will “focus on Chinese consumers” to be debuted at the show.
The sketches appear to represent a minivan and either a coup or a sedan, both of which retain the “family look” of Honda with accents of Acura, the company’s luxury brand. Whatever the specifics, the Japanese brand has no doubt put a great deal of thought into luxury, content, and space – traits that appeal to Chinese car buyers.
Honda is set to sell the CR-Z, Insight, and Fit hybrid later this year in China, and Accura will likewise offer the restyled DRX and the new ILX sedan.
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