Honda Sportwagon Concept

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Rides

Looking to push the design envelope in the world of wagons, San Francisco based designer Rene Garcia (Pyschoform) presents his aggressive Honda Sportwagon Concept.

Working full time as a digital modeler for some of the most well known science fiction and action films of our time (The Avengers, Transformers, Star Trek, etc), Garcia is one talented individual. The Cali-based designer gained inspiration from one of nature’s most fearless predators (the shark) for this concept car. The vehicle features a shark-like nose with tiny headlights, and a very interesting rear hatch concept. The massive 20-plus inch wheels are the ultimate finishing touch to a concept car that will probably never see the production line.

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