The Honda Brio will be launched in Bangkok tomorrow, but it has already been caught testing on a Thai motorway. As we can see from this white example – which doesn’t wear badges, but is undisguised – the production car stays true to the concept’s lines. This is of course assuming that the mule seen here is production ready, which we think it is.


We were there at the Thai Motor Expo last November to bring to you live coverage of the Brio Prototype’s world debut. It was revealed then that the A-segment Brio is 3,610 mm long, 1,680 mm wide and 1,475 mm tall. That’s 45 mm longer, 85 mm wider, but 65 mm lower than a Hyundai i10. These profile side-by-side pics show no difference between the concept and the white mule (except for body coloured B pillars), which pics appeared on a Thai website.

This blur shot of the rear also shows no changes to the Brio’s rear, which features a distinctive hatch that’s blacked out entirely. The spied car also wears a rear spoiler like the concept. We’ll have to wait for the launch for more info, specs and price. It was mentioned that this Thai eco car will cost approximately 400,000 baht.

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