Honda is bringing two new crossovers to the Detroit Auto Show next month, and has previewed both with a pair of renderings.
Crossovers are big business, for Japanese automakers especially. And Honda is not about to miss out on the action. To that end, Honda and its upscale Acura division are bringing a pair of new crossovers to the upcoming North American International Auto Show in Detroit next month, previewed by a pair of teaser renderings. First up is in blue is a compact CUV from Honda, expected to be based on the Fit that will join the hatchback and anticipated sedan version.
Honda says it's a "global concept model combining a sporty and dynamic SUV profile with a spacious, functional interior." Joining the budget-oriented Honda will be a crossover concept that will preview the next-generation Acura MDX. The concept is earmarked to preview a new "aero sculpture" design language to characterize the brand with "alluring proportions" and "smooth, arching body lines matched to an efficient architecture." Watch this space as the Detroit show approaches on January 14 for more reveals, including further insights into this pair of Japanese crossovers, among others.