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Beijing 2010: Honda Introduces Li Nian Everus Concept Sedan

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For starters, there's nothing wrong with your eyes, the screen or the picture; the twin set of horizontal headlamps flanking either side of the Li Nian Everus concept's chrome-happy grille are the real deal.

Li Nian is a newly formed brand from Honda's China branch, Guangqi Honda, formerly known as Guangzhou Honda. The brand has showed two other concept models in the past, a compact-sized crossover and a sporty roadster.

Honda said that a production version of the Li Nian concept will be introduced at China's Guangzhou Motor Show, scheduled at the end of this year, but did not release any more details on the car. However, we suspect that it is closely based on the City, a small sedan itself based on the Jazz platform.



10 Comments:

Anonymous said... »April 23, 2010

It looks Chinese!

Anonymous said... »April 23, 2010

sigh.

Anonymous said... »April 23, 2010

I do hope that Honda won't use this crappy design on it's cars, because those headlights look like they just came from on old Chevy truck.

Anonymous said... »April 23, 2010

The front end design must be Honda's take on the Family Truckster:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Family_Truckster

Anonymous said... »April 23, 2010

LOL, that's exactly what I said on another car blog page: The Wagon Queen Family Truckster.

I'm glad I'm not the only twisted nut of there.

Anonymous said... »April 24, 2010

"I do hope that Honda won't use this crappy design on it's cars, because those headlights look like they just came from on old Chevy truck."

Agreed...including GMC trucks and design architecture from the Honda City... But...at least the design shouts a "I'm uniquely Chinese" theme...

Anonymous said... »April 24, 2010

it looks great, with its refreshing crisp lines.

Anonymous said... »April 24, 2010

AVATAR!

Braddo said... »April 26, 2010

well the more I look at it - the more I like those twin lamps.... certainly wont mistake it for anything else... Does look like its donor jazz sedan, but interesting all the same... I Like!

Anonymous said... »May 01, 2010

Assuming it sells well in China, I'm sure we'll see it in Australia and other Asian markets. It would look pretty cool as a successor to the Honda Civic, but I doubt it'll make it to the US Market.

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