Together with the entire buzz around the recent 2013 Detroit motor show, this one is really easy to miss, but no less impressive. Honda has now taken the covers off the Gear concept at the recent Montreal motor show that it says takes the inspiration from a great and fixed-gear bicycle.
The Gear is aimed to become a simple and also affordable city car which has been targeted towards the young, the urban, and Gen-Y lifestyles. And also the customizable and the word of connected. The design is really spartan, but it still will remind us of the great Honda Z sports kei car of the year 1970s that had a very alike upward C-pillar kink.
No any words that come from the company about the powertrain front, but standout details contain its faired-in head and the tail lamps, the semi-wedge shape and also a rear diffuser that is housing a central quad tailpipe arrangement. Just look closer on our gallery below.