9 de abril de 2013

Honda and Acura will introduce three new concepts at the Shanghai Motor Show

With the approach of the Shanghai Motor Show, more and more car manufacturers are teasing the new models they are going to bring to China. The Japanese Honda, and their premium brand, Acura, were boycotted in China due to a territorial dispute between both countries, but Honda is still coming to the Chinese Motor Show with a few new models and concepts (The NSX isn't really new for us).

Starting with Honda, the Japanese brand will have the world premiere of a new concept that shows the design direction of a new model for the Chinese market. Honda will also reveal the "almost final" versions of the Concept C and Concept S presented at the 2012 Beijing International Automotive Exhibition.

Honda's luxury vehicle division will also introduce a new global concept, together with the NSX concept which will have its debut in China. Acura will also show for the first time the Chinese version of the RLX.

All these premieres will take place on April 20 (press day) at the Shanghai Motor Show. Below, you can see the Concept C and Concept S from the 2012 Beijing Auto Show.