Honda Concept M Revealed in Shanghai

Honda has officially unwrapped the Concept M at the 2013 Shanghai Auto Show, previewing their next generation "new-value" MPV.
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Developed mainly for the Chinese market and designed at Honda's Automobile R&D Center in Japan, the Concept M is described as the MPV "that offers the attributes of a passenger car while adding new value through the realization of a comfortable and spacious cabin".

Furthermore, the Japanese automaker claims that the mass-production vehicle based on the Concept M van will be introduced next year to tackle a Chinese MPV market dominated by commercial vehicles, and not people-carriers.

Unfortunately, Honda hasn't offered further information on the Concept M vehicle, but has published a video that you can watch below. A few pictures are also available in our photo gallery section.

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