Honda announced the initial details of their plans for the 2014 Beijing Auto Show. The highlights of their booth will be two new concept cars, previewing future production models, designed exclusively for the Chinese market. The Japanese car maker will also bring along new production Honda and Acura models.
There aren’t any details available yet about these new Honda concept cars, but based on the single teaser image they have released, one of them appears to be a sporty coupe – or a four-door coupe – whose design is inspired rather heavily by the new Honda NSX super car.
The car features all the ingredients of a proper sports saloon car, including large air intakes, massively flared wheel arches, low roof, and pretty sizable alloy wheels. The Concept also gets a fair dose of technology features, including cameras instead of side mirrors.
The other Beijiing-bound Honda concept cars include the Sprior, previewing the next Accord, and the new Fit. More details on all these models will be released closer to the Beijing show on April 20.