Honda has previewed its next-generation Civic with a concept car at this week’s 2015 New York Auto Show. We also learned in New York that the Civic hatch sold overseas will be part of the new lineup, including the high-performance Civic Type R variant.
Coinciding with this week’s New York event is Korea’s Seoul Auto Show. Kia used its home market’s premier event to unveil the funky Novo concept, which hints at the brand’s next-generation compact cars.
Though Fisker Automotive went bankrupt, most of the company’s assets were sold to China’s Wanxiang which plans to relaunch a version of Fisker’s Karma extended-range electric sedan. Today we have a teaser that suggests Wanxiang's Karma might be revealed as early as this month.
You’ll find all of these stories and more in today’s car news, right here at Motor Authority.
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