Friday, April 24th 2015. | Advanced Technology, Auto & Motor, Car

Having confirmed plans to bring the Civic hatch back to the United States in 2016, Honda is also looking to enhance its lineup in other important markets as well. In China, for instance, one of the world’s largest automotive markets in 2015, Honda wants to launch a new crossover in the future. Previewing the new product that appears to be larger than the CR-V, yet significantly smaller than the U.S.-built Pilot, is the Concept D, recently showcased at the 2015 Shanghai Auto Show.

Details are slim, but Honda promises the Concept D will morph into a “top-end SUV model that offers high-quality driving and a spacious cabin.” The production model will be manufactured in China and sold by Guangqi Honda and Dongfeng Honda, two of the brand’s most important joint ventures in that country. The big news here is the Concept D previews the company’s future flagship model in China, positioned above the CR-V.

There’s no word as to when this new crossover will hit auto shows in production clothes, but, until new details surface, we might as well have a closer look at the Concept D and its outlandish design.

Continue reading to learn more about the Honda Concept D.

Honda Concept D originally appeared on on Friday, 24 April 2015 16:00 EST.

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