Honda has released a single teaser sketch of a new crossover concept, due to be unveiled at the Shanghai Auto Show.
Few details have been outlaid at this stage, but Honda does tell us that the concept was penned by its Chinese design team.
Honda also says the concept is one that we have not seen before, which previews a new SUV developed exclusively for the Chinese market.
Powertrain specifications are unknown at this stage, but the HR-V’s 105kW/172Nm 1.8 litre four-cylinder petrol engine and CVT automatic could potentially point fans in the right direction.
Otherwise, visitors to the Honda stand in Shanghai can expect to see the new City, CR-V and the US-spec Accord Hybrid models, along with an Odyssey special-needs vehicle and a McLaren F1 racer.
The 2015 Shanghai Auto Show is set to run from April 20-29. Stay tuned to TMR for more.
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