As a result, the competition for low-purpose vehicles (MPVs) is intensifying as a number of new cars are being released. The Toyota Avanza was the first to control this segment. However, the Mitusbishi Xpander took the ‘cake’ in 2017 with its unique design. This included the dynamic shield design that wraps the headlamp’s ‘house’ at the bottom of a bumper.
Many other manufacturers are likely to have been inspired by Mitsubishi’s design, whether it is coincidental or not. The Suzuki Ertiga, which featured the foglamp housing design on its bottom side, was a recent star. The Honda N7X will also be available at the GIIAS 2021 October event.
“Design is influenced a developmental culture. So designers have Japanese production culture. Where is the current trend? It looks like one brand is very similar.
His car, which appears to be a mix of MPV (MPV) and sport-utility vehicle(SUV), features full LED front and back lights. The needs of the society or consumers will determine the specifications of each car.
Bebin explained that every country experiences a trend over the same time period. So, for example, Mitsubishi or Toyota could have a similar trend.
Honda R&D Asia Pacific Co. Ltd. developed the N7X based on extensive research from Indonesian consumers.
HPM claims that the N7X Concept is a hybrid of the best of both worlds: the spaciousness and comfort of an MPV and the style and toughness of an SUV.
Toyota Avanza also features the same fog lamps that cover the sharp corners below the bumper. The latest Almaz model, which was released by Wuling and other Chinese players, has a square-shaped house with sharp corners at the bottom bumper. It also features a chrome bandage.