The fifth generation Honda CR-V has been on the market for five years, so the company is working on the sixth generation, which will debut on the European market in 2023.
The sixth generation Honda CR-V is on its way. The Japanese brand is testing a new SUV that will set the benchmark for the European market. This novelty has a modern and sporty design. The debut is slated for 2023.
The new SUV will undergo radical changes with a sportier design that will follow in the footsteps of the recently launched Civic. This play accurately reflects the new design, highlighting the ripped LED headlights that frame the large black honeycomb grille.
The daytime running light is located on the upper edge of the headlights, connecting to the opposite light through a chrome strip. The new model will be offered with only three rows of seats for seven passengers.
Honda has also added a sportier touch to the silhouette: rearview mirrors attached to the door panels.
At the rear, the CR-V 2023 inherits a new horizontal optics design, losing the characteristic vertical part of the previous five generations. Honda will also create a completely different ambience in the interior, following the line advanced in the new HR-V, with a large touchscreen and visual design.
The Japanese manufacturer will keep its electrification line, so the new CR-V e: HEV will be a plug-in hybrid only with no petrol or diesel versions. It will have a lithium-ion battery that provides a maximum range of 60 kilometers.