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Mike Stevens | Feb, 06 2014 | 3 Comments

Honda has revealed another new compact crossover concept this week, just months after its small Vezel SUV hit the Japanese market.

But while the Vezel is built upon the design of Honda’s earlier Urban SUV concept, this new showcar - dubbed Vision XS-1 - is strictly a “creative study model”.

Revealed at this week’s Delhi Auto Expo, the XS-1 showcases Honda’s new “Exciting H Design” language, described as a “human-centred” philosophy.

Although much of the XS-1’s styling could conceivably cross over to production, we shouldn’t expect the extra-long door and pillarless frame to make the leap.

And, despite its seemingly diminutive dimensions, the XS-1 boasts three rows of seating, including regular buckets up front and two bench sets in the back.

Details on the XS-1’s powertrains were not revealed, although the flat floor suggests an electric motor provides motivation (if there’s anything there at all).

Watch for the XS-1’s “Exciting H Design” to influence the look of Honda’s future models.

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