Honda has unveiled the new Brio, which is specifically designed for emerging markets such as India, Thailand, and China.
Looking virtually identical to last year's prototype, the production model resembles a pint-sized Fit that measures 3,610mm long, 1,680mm wide and 1,475mm tall. Inside, the cabin is pretty basic but offers a pleasing design and high quality materials.
Power is provided by a 1.2-liter i-VTEC four-cylinder engine which develops 90 PS (66 kW / 89 hp) and returns an average fuel consumption of approximately 5.0 L/100km (47 mpg US).
The Thai-spec model, seen here, will go on sale in late May and pricing starts at 390,000 baht ($12,862 / €9,155). If everything goes according to plan, Honda expects to sell 40,000 Brios annually in the Thai market.