Looking to double sales in China over the next three years, Honda has announced it will introduce more than 10 all-new or replacement models in the world’s largest car market during that period.
The Japanese automaker has already released teaser images of two of those models ahead of a planned debut at the Auto China motor show in Beijing later this month. The first appears to be a hatchback or van, while the second looks to be a sedan version of the Accord Coupe Concept first shown at the Detroit Auto Show earlier this year.
Honda says all of its China-market models will shift to use its next-generation Earth Dreams Technology engines. In the mean time, Honda has announced the launch of three of its hybrid models in China: the CR-Z, Insight and Fit Hybrid. Honda will also launch the new 2013 RDX in China as well as the ILX, while the RLX will go on sale next year. In addition, Honda is planning smaller sized engines for many of models based on demand for such product in the country
Honda will announce more at the start of the Beijing Motor Show on April 23rd, with doors opening to the public on April 27th.