Honda introduces a small, city-car for the new generation of buyers

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Detroit Auto Show is on-going these days which has left little or no room for any other auto shows happening anywhere around the world. But cars do take our attention away, and Honda, just revealed a concept car called ‘Gear’, which is aimed towards the gen-y buyers at unheard, Montreal International Auto Show.

Honda says its design is inspired by fixed-gear bicycles, and it approaches the supermini genre from a whole new perspective – all things which make the Gear sound like a very enticing prospect, if it were to be put into production.

It is quite a small car, identically in size with Renault Twingo, but with a bit of style and good looks to impress the new gen-y buyers.

In Honda’s own words, “subcompact cars are usually either utilitarian, but uninspiring or they’re fun, zippy cars that are impractical and too expensive for the Gen-Y buyer [ . . . ] GEAR Concept tears down those walls – it’s practical but fun, customizable, connected and affordable. Everything that young, discerning urban buyers would want in a car.”

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  1. Junaid Waheed says

    nice sporty car.

  2. Junaid Salman says


  3. Umair Khan says

    thts awsm! I neeed it now! <3

  4. Farooq Saleemi says

    awsum look

  5. Usman Rauf says

    goood yar

  6. Sheraz Khan says

    Haan ab ya bhi lay lay.

  7. Zulfiquar Ali Khan says

    It's so ugly , from front .

  8. Asad Khan says

    very beautiful car.

  9. Mohammad Faheem Khan says

    back and site view is great but front view? sorry

  10. Yousaf Siddique says

    dabang 3.

  11. Usman Rauf says

    yar honda ka petrol bhar bhar ka ab ma mehran lainay ka soch raha hoon

  12. Nouman Shafiq says

    it front look likes back of the car….

  13. Emran Kashif says

    When it will be in Pakistan.

  14. DrLachhman Budhwani says

    God but how much priece

  15. Sagheer Piracha says

    Price in PAKISTAN………………………?

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