Hope so, only time will tellFred said:I could be wrong but I'd be willing to bet that along with it's features and performance, the "Original" Insight will be around a lot longer than the "New" Insight.
Fred / Proud Owner of "The Silver Bullet"
Add a lithium-ion battery system and we can both dream about the same car!!Willie Williford said:To me the concept CR-Z hybrid looks more like the "insight" than any other vehicle, especially in the side profile.
Take a "modern" 1.5L Fit engine add a hybrid system for mileage, then a "turbo" for horsepower and you would have a high performance sportscar that get exceptional mileage. 8)
I can only dream.
DUH :roll: Honda wants a piece of the money pie also! Its a really nice car and I will be at my dealership when it arrives to check it out. Bad mouthing it now is just silly. A high effeciency 4 passenger Insight makes total economic sense :!: So what if its not the engineering marvel we currently own.Dezoris said:This model is a half hearted attempt at trying to get a piece of the Toyota market share. Given the market right now it may not be as big as Honda thinks.
So what??? ... well all I can say is.... I'm a geek :!: :lol: ... an 8 year old engineering marvel that gets better MPG than the latest version ... just screams appeal to both the tree hugger and the geek in me.... with only the Twike and Aptera being back up singers.. ... but to be fair ... me and my other geek tree hugging breatheren are less than 1% of the population.ibjeff said:A high effeciency 4 passenger Insight makes total economic sense :!: So what if its not the engineering marvel we currently own.
I agree.james said:Nothing wrong with the car itself, or building a car for the family market. The problem is with calling that new car an Insight, instead of building a real second-generation Insight for those of us who are not in the market for a family car.