The 2019 Honda Insight Has a Subtle Aesthetic That Hides a Hybrid Powertrain

 - Dec 20, 2017
References: honda & digitaltrends
The 2019 Honda Insight has been shown off by the brand as the third-generation version of the vehicle that will be shown off at the 2018 Detroit Auto Show in January. Set to go on sale later in 2018, the vehicle has a very conservative look that makes it look more like a traditional Honda vehicle rather than a hybrid sedan. This could come as a welcome design change for consumers who are looking to drive a more efficient vehicle yet want to maintain the sharp styling found on existing gas-powered options.

The 2019 Honda Insight will be built in the USA at the Greensburg, Indiana plant where the brand presently makes the CR-V and Civic models. The specifications and pricing haven't yet been revealed, and are expected to be made available closer to launch