Mike Stevens | Apr 23, 2012

Rolling into Beijing alongside the new C Concept sedan, Honda has revealed its new S Concept, offering what could be a fresh look at the next Odyssey people-mover.

Evolving the look of 2009's Skydeck concept, the S Concept does away with the CRZ-like grille and headlights, revealing a new face that draws its styling cues from the all-new Civic Hatch.

Like the C concept, the S was designed and developed in China, and it's there - the world's largest new car market - that the production version of this new people-mover will debut in 2013.

Unlike the C, Honda has confirmed that a global debut will follow the S' Chinese market launch, when it will likely replace the current Odyssey.

Technical details for the S have not been revealed, although Honda promises a spacious cabin - as you'd expect - and power is likely to come from the brand's new Earth Dreams engine range.

The concept shown here also features a Hybrid badge, suggesting a new rival for Toyota's upcoming Prius V people-mover.

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