2012's Honda Insight is coming on strong for next year. The hybrid will get a bit of a refresh when it is introduced next month, both with performance and style.
Additions and improvements include better air conditioning, more angular design for better aerodynamics, both of which give the car a bump in fuel economy. Front suspension is now constructed from aluminum instead of steel, causing less cabin noise and vibrations.
Honda has also improved quality of materials used in seats and dash materials, as well as increased head room. Insight's spoiler has been slimmed down too. These upgrades are available on Insight vehicles world wide.
The Japanese auto maker previewed other changes at the Frankfurt Motor Show for US-spec vehicles. These included an upgraded audio system with added features, as well as in-dash navigation.
Big Island Honda - Hilo in Hilo, Hawaii introduces the all new Honda Insight in November.