Honda Concept M minivan debuts in Shanghai

Honda has unveiled the Concept M MPV at the Shanghai Auto Show developed mainly for Chinese market. The Concept M was designed in Japan previewing a production model that will be launched in China next year.

Details are limited, but Honda says it “offers the attributes of a passenger car while adding new value through the realization of a comfortable and spacious cabin space made possible by Honda’s packaging technologies, and the fun of driving”.

We’ll see soon how much Honda will change the production version look, especially when it comes to the front and rear fascias. We expect the production version will be toned down a bit…


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