Honda has unveiled a new MPV concept known as Honda Concept M at the Auto Shanghai 2013. The world premiere of this model previews a production vehicle that is about to go on sale in 2014. As Honda says, this concept is aimed at the buyers of MPVs in the Chinese market which, at present, largely constitutes commercial vehicles.
The concept M was designed by the Honda engineers in Japan but developed mainly for the Chinese market. It’s clear from their launches today that Honda are thriving to expand their segment growth in a vast country like China. The MPV is stunning in appearance and it glows along with the LED flashes up front.
The grille on the nose has undergone no nonsense treatment. It is simple yet elegant like the gleaming headlights. Those black alloys are the coolest feature out there with more effort put on making the rear look as good as the front. But, it remains to be seen if these features would be carried over to the production model.
The body lines run deeper from one door to the other and the mirrors are cleverly crafted. If a derivative of this car comes out next year, we wish to see the styling being carried over from the Concept M for a every good reason.