Honda showed how the new budget seven-seater crossover, which will replace the BR-V, will look like. The successor to the compact model is revealed in the form of an N7X show car, but this status should not be embarrassing – there are no futuristic details in the concept, which means that the production version will look almost the same.
The Honda N7X Concept showcases the looks of an inexpensive compact crossover for Southeast Asia. The name of the prototype hints at the preservation of the three-row, seven-seater cabin, but the interior has not yet been shown – the interior decoration will most likely be the subject of teasers.
The successor to the Honda BR-V will ditch the compact MPV body in favor of the traditional crossover form factor. The concept with full LED optics and large alloy wheels hints at decent equipment for the top versions, although the base models will be simpler.
There is no official information about the technical stuffing of the new seven-seat Honda, but we can expect the preservation of the front-wheel drive platform and the 1.5-liter 122-horsepower gasoline engine. Probably, buyers will be offered to choose only the gearbox – it will be possible to keep the 6-speed “mechanics” or pay extra for the variator.
The production version of the successor to the Honda BR-V will probably premiere before the end of the year, with Indonesia as the first market for the model. In the future, the seven-seater crossover will appear in other countries of the Asia-Pacific region.