CARS.COM — Honda fans know that whenever the automaker unveils a prototype of a car, well, it’s going to be pretty darn close to what you’re going to see in the production version in showrooms in the months or immediate years to come.
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That appears to be the case here with this, the Insight Prototype, which would reprise a third generation of Honda’s hybrid vehicle. Unlike the first two generations, the Insight Prototype appearing at the 2018 North American International Auto Show in Detroit is a very normal-looking car.
The Insight is a sedan that Honda positions as a premium entry above the Civic; it would still slot below the Accord Hybrid, however. Check out the Honda Insight Prototype in the video below and see what is likely very close to a future production vehicle.
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