New Small Concept 2011 Honda Concept Car

 New Small Concept 2011 Honda Concept Car

Honda to Exhibit the Honda New Small Concept at Auto Expo 2010 in New Delhi.

India’s automotive industry is the second fastest growing in the world and has exceptional prospects. Already the ninth largest in the world it is expected to become one of the largest in the world several decades from now. @lready the auto makers are developing specifically for the future, with Honda Siel Cars India (HSCI) pulling the covers off what has been dubbed the “Honda New Small Concept”, a very small vehicle with seating for five people. The world premier was aptly staged at the Auto Expo 2010 in New Delhi, India’s leading auto show, along with new small cars from Toyota, Volkswagen, Nissan and Ford.

 New Small Concept 2011 Honda Concept Car


HSCI also announced plans to begin sales of a new model in 2011 based on this concept model.

For the Honda New Small Concept, a wide platform with a stable center of gravity was adopted to create a highly efficient compact size with seating for five people. With the “Efficient Energetic Exterior” design, the dynamic design of the Honda New Small Concept with front forward fenders highlight the presence of the vehicle.

For an inexpensive runabout, the HSC has potential to be a hit in emerging markets, but don’t expect it to hit U.S. or European shores anytime soon.

New Small Concept 2011 Honda Concept Car
By 2050, India will have more cars than any other country, and Japan’s second largest auto maker is clearly planning to get its share of sales by competing with local makers planning to offer the world’s cheapest cars. HSCI also announced plans to begin sales of a car based on this concept in both India and Thailand in 2011.

Honda will strive to provide a new small-sized vehicle that is beyond the expectations of customers in rapidly growing markets and offer it at an affordable price by leveraging Honda’s global parts sourcing network. The visual presence of the Small Car Concept is interesting, even if the name isn’t.