Thailand Motor Expo
The smallest Honda sold in the U.S. market is the 2011 Fit subcompact, its well-reviewed and enormously versatile five-door hatchback. But other markets demand different types of cars, and today at the Thailand Motor Expo, the company unveiled the Honda Brio prototype, a lightly disguised version of a minicar it will put into production early next year for buyers in emerging markets. Honda calls the Brio "an entry-level car" for growing Asian countries like Thailand and India, where it will compete (at least on paper) with some of the world's least expensive cars, including the egg-shaped...
Honda To Preview New Small Car At 2010 Thai Motor Expo
At the start of the year Honda unveiled a concept vehicle previewing a new economy car the company was developing specifically for emerging markets and scheduled for sale in 2011. The concept was the simply titled the Honda New Small Concept and it featured a fairly conventional hatchback design...Viknesh Vijayenthiran