2010 Honda Insight Sports Modulo Concept

The Japanese automaker Honda is gearing up for the 2010 Tokyo Auto Salon later this week where they will unveil the Insight Sports Modulo Concept. Following the trend of sporty and practical factory tuned models, the Sport Modulo modified Insight is the world’s largest engine builder’s way of saying that even hybrid models can be fun. As it comes from the factory, the Honda hybrid comes with excellent aerodynamic numbers, a comfortable passenger compartment and a fun chassis all a reasonable price, this Sports Modulo Concept expresses the joy of driving through an “Exciting Eco” theme. The automotive re stylists have enhanced the Insight’s appearance with a new ground effects package made up of chiseled lines and larger air dams. With the Sports Modulo concept vehicle, Honda hopes to demonstrate what their in house customization program has to offer the next generation hybrid buyer.

Stay tuned for more details!


11 comments:

Do this vehicle passed to be in the production? There’s a tight competition between hybrid car. I wonder if this car would sell?

Sorry guys, but I think the car looks like a Toyota Prius or Innova! Hmm. I wonder on what was the speed performance of this vehicle?

I wonder if they are planning to make this car into production version. I was thinking also on what will be the speed performance of this car and its possible competitor.

We all know on how helpful are hybrid cars in the environment though its kind of pricey. However, the only thing that I have noticed is that most of this version doesn’t look good. I don’t know what’s the reason behind that.

Looks like the CR-Z’s big brother, much longer and bolder. But i wonder what with the wheel cover?

looks like toyota prius but as we all know that honda is way better than toyota in making a sports cars. They should put this on the production line, it looks good and very suited as a family car.

I think they made this car lower than $20 because, it runs slow than the other HB cars out in the market.

Who said that Hybrid models are not fun? I love them. Even if they are no original ideas, they at least come up with something better. Far better than some original concepts.

Thats good, it shows that going green doesn’t cost a lot of green. Plus now Toyota cant charge whatever they want for their (fugly) Prius because they have to compete with this.

The car itself is that interesting when they featured it on this blog also where the pictures taken was somewhat a sketch if my mind serves me right. Consider that it’s a hybrid hatchback that competes with other eco friendly cars like Nissan and Volkswagen, it’s probably one of the most amazing year for eco-cars.

Quite good looking car, sure this is a good competitor of Toyota Prius, the rear end of the Prius and Insight is almost the same, and they are both Hybrid, but we all know that honda is a great manufacturer of cars for sure this will not settle for less.

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