The automaker unveiled the Accord Coupe Concept, a two-door version of a car that John Mendel, executive vice president of sales for American Honda, said will help the company bounce back from a difficult 2011, when the earthquake in Japan and flooding in Thailand disrupted production.
The Accord will be offered with new safety features such as Honda's LaneWatch blind-spot display, which uses a camera system mounted on the passenger mirror.
The car will go on sale around the time Honda marks 30 years of Accord production in the US.
The first Accord sedan to roll off the line in Marysville, Ohio, on November 1, 1982 - on loan from Henry Ford Museum near Detroit - was displayed Tuesday at the show alongside the Coupe Concept.
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