Honda previews its new interior design for future models.
Honda calls its concept Simplicity and “something”. As we know, everything new is well-forgotten old. For its interior design, the manufacturer takes inspiration from the classic human-centered designs of early Hondas.
The “simplicity” means the design language of future Honda cars. The “and something” is a personality and appeal unique to each model.
Honda eliminates the complexity and advances the user experience through thoughtful and pleasant design elements. The company renews a focus on “Man Maximum/Machine Minimum” – Honda’s classic approach that suggests more space for the cabin and less space for mechanical parts.
More precisely, it frees up the interior of visual clutter, focuses on thin pillars, a low cowl, and a large greenhouse for great visibility.