The Japanese based automaker Honda has officially pulled the wraps off the Concept M, during the 2013 Shanghai Motor Show, in a premiere.
After it was announced just a few weeks ago for the 2013 Shanghai Motor Show, the Honda Concept M is now being placed into the spotlights once again, this time with the carmaker officially unveiling it during the Chinese automotive event. According to the car manufacturer, the Honda Concept M is a multi-purpose vehicle (MPV) which has been developed especially for the Chinese automotive market and the model is signed by Automobile R&D Center of Honda R&D in Japan.
“To such an MPV market, Honda will introduce a new-value vehicle that 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”, as Honda says in the official press release.
The Honda Concept M has a strange design on its front and rear fascias and this seems to be rather “busy”, but the final production version might shave some of these lines. Additional details on the Honda Concept M remain unknown for the moment, even if the model has been officially presented to the public during the 2013 Shanghai Motor Show. You can check out the Concept M in the video and photo gallery posted below though.