Today Honda sent out a plan of a new concept vehicle the company propose to unveil at the North American International Auto Show in January. Honda calls the concept an Urban SUV, and it seem like the antecedent to a new, small SUV in the arrangement.
The plan shows the profile of a car with lines parallel to the newest CR-V model. However, Honda updated the CR-V for 2012, so the concept is not probable to be a new description of that car.
More likely would be a lesser SUV, similar to the Subaru XV Cross trek and BMW X1, a type of vehicle that seems to be rising in status. The word Urban in the name, automaker shorthand for small, proposes an SUV coming in below the CR-V in the arrangement.
Honda unrestricted no information about engines for the car, but it would be expected to carry on the company's Earth Dreams proposal, the umbrella brand for new, proficient drivetrain technology. As such, it could mass a direct-injection four-cylinder engine.
The summary lacks B-pillars or rear doors, but that is more likely due to negligible details in the sketch slightly than a design purpose. In recent years, Honda's concepts have signified roughly production-ready new models, so this SUV concept almost certainly points to an completely new model to be started in late 2013.