Honda Vision XS-1 Concept

I'm sure you have heard talk of the Honda Vezel. It's a Fit based CUV and wasn't exactly exciting to look at. The new concept , Vision XS-1 , looks similiar but with a sportier look.

From AB
Honda Exhibits World Premiere of Creative Study Model "Honda Vision XS-1" at the 12th Auto Expo 2014 in India
TOKYO, Japan, February 5, 2014 - Honda Motor Co., Ltd. exhibited the world premiere of the Honda Vision XS-1 at the 12th Auto Expo 2014 held at India Expo Mart in Greater Noida, Uttar Pradesh, India (press days: February 5-6, public days: February 7-11, 2014).
The Honda Vision XS-1 is a creative study model which embodies Honda's vision for the future of manufacturing. Based on Honda's original M/M (man maximum, machine minimum) concept*, the Honda Vision XS-1 fuses together two different values, a sporty exterior styling and amazing spaciousness, in the compact body. Furthermore, based on the Honda design concept, "Exciting H Design," Honda's human-centered design concept was embodied in this model.
The Honda Vision XS-1 was designed to represent Honda's creativity in designing compact vehicles whose market is growing all around the world. Although there is no mass-production plan for this model at the moment, Honda chose to exhibit the world premiere of this model in India, a rapidly growing market where Honda has strong ties.
Key features of the Honda Vision XS-1 ûThree rows of seats for a maximum of seven occupants in the compact body ûRealizing both sportiness and versatile space at the same time ûSliding doors with large openings Since its foundation, Honda has been retaining the passion and beliefs toward the art of manufacturing. Honda will continue proposing the Honda Vision that is filled with unique ideas. View the attachments for this post at: &5948402#265948402

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