The new Honda crossover opened ahead of schedule: most likely, this is the next CR-V

The new Honda crossover opened ahead of schedule: most likely, this is the next CR-V

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If the picture that appeared on the Web really captures the new generation Honda CR-V crossover, then it is possible that the model will have two design options.

The patent image of Honda’s fresh SUV was posted on his Facebook page by Vanhoe Rage user. The model is not named, but it is believed that this is the “sixth” CR-V. Such a conclusion suggests itself if we compare the car with disguised test prototypes, which have already come across to photo spies more than once. Indeed: the general proportions, a radiator grill with large cells, narrow headlights pierced, apparently by chrome strips, and exterior mirrors on separate legs – everything is the same. However, there is a surprise.

Thus, the crossovers that were caught earlier by the paparazzi had horizontal taillights, while the car in the patent picture had them clearly pulled up – like the current generation Honda CR-V. That is, it is possible that Honda will release two versions of the SUV, focused on different markets. Recall that the company did the same with the junior SUV HR-V: the model for North America has its own design. Well, or releasing prototypes on the road, Honda did a good job with camouflage and hid the vertical sections.

The interior has not been illuminated yet, but, most likely, it will be decorated in the style of the latest Civic and HR-V, that is, we are waiting for the tablet of the multimedia system towering above the front panel and airflow deflectors made in the form of a single plate.

The next Honda CR-V is expected to retain the 1.5 petrol turbo engine, and the crossover is likely to have hybrid versions as well. But the “aspirated” 2.0 and diesel 1.6 may be retired.

The new generation SUV can celebrate a full-fledged premiere in the second half of this year.

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  • Felix CintronNovember 3, 2021 23:21

    Is the new wagon Honda Accord

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