While its accompanying press release was remarkably devoid of specific details, the Honda Concept M does offer an early look at the kind of next-gen styling cues that will be hitting the market in some parts of the world next year. While its Shanghai debut rightly indicates that the Concept M's primary focus is on consumers in China, there's a chance that its more aggressive exterior treatment also may influence the appearance of the future Odyssey minivan here in the U.S. Penned at Honda Motor Company's Automobile R&D Center in Japan, the Concept M has been dubbed a "new-value" vehicle that combines the attributes of a passenger car with a comfortable and more spacious cabin, plus an added dash of driving fun.
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