Honda has revealed a second new look at its next-generation Odyssey wagon this week, unveiled as the Jade concept in Shanghai.
Based on the ultra-sharp S Concept unveiled last April, the new Jade concept offers a more production-friendly look at the carmaker's people-moving plans.
The brand has revealed few details about the Jade, although it has confirmed a mass-production future for the new model, leaving little doubt that it is the next Odyssey.
The Jade concept continues the new styling themes presented with the S, while evolving the still-fresh look of the current Odyssey people-mover.
Honda's familiar no-nonsense headlight and grille design dominates the front end, flanked by a sporting front bumper design and large alloy wheels.
The profile shows off a rising belt line and raked rear quarter window, while the rear - only slightly visible here - suggests the S Concept's themes continue here.
Timing for the production debut of the new model is still to be revealed, although a mid to late 2014 launch is likely.