Honda Concept D previews top-line SUV model for China

By Bob Nagy on April 22, 2015 11:01 AM

Stating that it shows the direction for a production-intent crossover SUV currently being developed specifically for the Chinese market, Honda took the wraps off of the aggressively styled Concept D at the Shanghai Auto Show. Expanding the design boundaries well beyond anything we've seen to date on Honda crossovers created for U.S. buyers, the Concept D matches its bold fascia and lighting treatments with a 21-inch wheel/tire fitment and rakish roof spoiler.

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While the automaker offered few specifics about the Concept D's volume-build successor, Seiji Kuraishi, President of HMCI, did note the this flagship Honda offering in China will be equipped with a full range of advanced technologies and safety features when it does hit showrooms and offer a spacious cabin and high-quality driving dynamics. 

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