Honda’s U.S. vice president for corporate planning, Dan Bonawitz, has now revealed that the Japanese carmaker is considering bringing over more models from its Japanese lineup. Buoyed by the success of the Fit and Civic small cars – Honda is increasing production of these vehicles just to keep up demand – Honda is now looking at bringing the Stream wagon (pictured) and a sleeker and more compact version of the Odyssey minivan.
“There are a couple of things that we are looking at again, whether they make sense right now,'' Bonawitz revealed to reporters from Bloomberg. Honda is waiting to see if the market shift towards smaller and more fuel-efficient vehicles becomes a lasting trend. The company has already prepared a long-term strategy for its future products and hopes to stick to its original plans, Bonawitz explained.