Honda’s new small vehicle concept to debut in Thailand

Honda’s new small vehicle concept to debut in Thailand

Honda is preparing to officially unveil the production version of its new sub-compact concept at this year’s Thailand International Motor Expo. It was firstly spotted in concept guise at the New Delhi show earlier this year, now it’s ready to be unleashed in both the Indian and Thai markets with a $10,000 USD price tag and cute styling.

When Honda shows off a concept it is often little more than a production version of the car with some elaborate bodywork. So it seems likely that the production hatch will be nearly identical to the pictured show version.

More details on the concept will be released after the New Small Vehicle gets its full unveil. For now, little is known in terms of drivetrains or if any other global markets will see this budget beast.

Honda is preparing to officially unveil the production version of its new sub-compact concept at this year’s Thailand International Motor Expo. It was firstly spotted in concept guise at the New Delhi show earlier this year, now it’s ready to be unleashed in both the Indian and Thai markets with a $10,000 USD price tag and cute styling.

When Honda shows off a concept it is often little more than a production version of the car with some elaborate bodywork. So it seems likely that the production hatch will be nearly identical to the pictured show version.

More details on the concept will be released after the New Small Vehicle gets its full unveil. For now, little is known in terms of drivetrains or if any other global markets will see this budget beast.

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