Honda plans to send this concept to production in the next two years as part of an effort to appeal to younger Chinese drivers.
The Honda Concept B made its debut at the 2014 Beijing Motor Show and the Japanese automaker promises that it will head to production in two years as a five-door offering exclusively for the Chinese market. As Honda puts it, the concept has “an advanced and cool-looking exterior design and excellent practicality.” In addition, the brand unveiled its new Spirior model for the Chinese market, which is essentially the Accord in America. The all-new Spirior will go on sale in China before the end of this year.
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Joining both vehicles at the 2014 Beijing Motor Show are the new Vezel SUV and third-generation Fit. The Vezel will target the middle-class SUV market with class-topping cabin space and fuel economy.
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