The Japanese based automaker Honda will launch two new models at the upcoming Los Angeles Auto Show in the form of the 2012 CR-V and the 2013 model year Fit EV, promising new exterior and interior styling, improved fuel economy and zero emissions for the Fit EV.
“Honda will debut two all-new models, the 2012 CR-V and 2013 Fit EV, at the Los Angeles Auto Show on November 16th at 1:05 pm PST. As one of the best-selling SUVs in the United States, the fourth-generation 2012 CR-V will showcase new exterior and interior styling, improved fuel economy and added technology features. The all electric zero-emissions Fit EV concept vehicle debuted at last year’s Los Angeles Auto Show and the production model will be revealed this year”, as the automaker says in an official statement.
There’s no word yet on performance figures, fuel efficiency, CO2 emissions or standard equipment for the two models but Honda will put a light on all details once the 2011 Los Angeles Auto Show will officially open its gates on the 18th of November.
The L.A. Auto Show began back in 1907 when 99 vehicles were displayed at Morley’s Skating Rink and the 2011 edition of the event will be held between 18 and 27 November, with press days on the 16 and 17.