Honda announces new small vehicle prototype for the 2010 Thailand Motor Expo

Article by Christian A., on November 9, 2010

Honda announced today that it will unveil a prototype representing the direction of the new small-sized vehicle later this month, at the 27th Thailand International Motor Expo 2010 starting November 30, 2010.

Set to make its debut in Thailand and India in 2011, the new car will be inspired by the Honda New Small Concept (shown in the photo gallery).

Still, Honda will introduce two different versions of the small-sized vehicle, but both of them will share the same basic design.

According to the Japanese manufacturer, Thailand will receive a model that complies with the country's high fuel efficiency standards.

Regarding India, this country will receive a model developed exclusively for the country's growing small car market.

Furthermore, Honda will also introduce at the same 2010 Thailand International Motor Expo, the Accord, City, Civic, Jazz (known as Fit in Japan), CR-V and Freed, but also new motorcycles such as CBR250R, a new global sports model, and PCX, a global scooter model. [source Autoblog via WorldCarFans]

Topics: honda, concept, thailand

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