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Honda OSM Concept 2008 posters


Honda OSM Concept

The Honda OSM Concept, a lightweight roadster design study model, has made its debut at the British International Motor Show, at ExCel, London. It shows Honda's core engineering principals of stylish and exciting cars that are environmentally responsible. The OSM Concept is a balance of smooth, rounded curves and sharp lines, and the headlights are cleverly integrated into the front end, stretching from the nose to the top of the wheel arches. Inside, the cabin remains uninterrupted with long sweeping curves extending from both door panels. The dashboard avoids creating the traditional block of 'heavy' colour and material in front of the driver. Key information is displayed in a rounded, enclosed central binnacle, with levels and figures in bright blue on a black background. The integrated semi-sequential gear-shift with paddle shifts and a red ignition 'start' button, plus the Mystic Pearl exterior and blue and white leather interior all reflect the 'clean and dynamic' concept that the team worked towards. "We're trying to show that low emission cars can be attractive," says Andreas Sittel, Project Leader for OSM. "There is no reason why a car that's more environmentally friendly can't look great too - and be sporty and fun to drive." Designed by Honda's R&D facility in Offenbach, Germany, the Honda OSM is currently only a design study model and there are no plans for it to enter production.

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