Honda to Develop N-Series based Small Car for Developing Markets

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It has emerged that Japanese auto giant Honda has plans for developing a ‘smaller than Brio’ hatchback based on the N-Series. The Honda small car would go on sale in developing car markets like that of India.

Honda has already sold over 1,80,000 N-Series cars in its Home market. Honda Motor Co. President Mr. Takanobu Ito recently said that a small car based on the N-Series will play the key role for growth in developing markets.

“Japan excels at achieving high performance in a limited size. We have sharpened such technology to a level other regions can hardly imitate. It is the core of our competitiveness”, said Mr. Takanobu Ito.

According to Mr.Ito, Honda currently wishes to promote the Brio series of cars in emerging markets. The N-Series based car would come only after Honda has launched an Brio MPV.


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  • Rahul Nargundkar says:

    What are they going to power it with..? Engine from the NCX 700..?

  • leonid joseph says:

    My dream car. Most practical in Cities. Would be able to use small roads which others with big cars cant. High seating position with large glass area for better visibility of outside. And tires at corners of the car so that there is less overhang so less chance of loosing paint. Wish they could make the bumper in three pieces or so, so that replacement costs are less.