Honda Insight Prototype Video Review
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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.
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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