The third-generation Honda HR-V compact crossover has completely changed its design from its predecessor as it made its debut in Japan. The new Honda HR-V also looks more upgraded and modernized with a plethora of creases on the face and on the sides. The new grille is equipped with the LED headlights along with LED eyebrows on the top which seamlessly blends with its face. The grille width is covered by subtle chrome detailing on its face.
It has C-Pillar mounted door handles and its tapering coupe line in its predecessor is even more apparent on the new model. The rear of the HR-V comes with a LED light bar that stretches across the crossover width. The HR-V is likely to get a hybrid powertrain under its hood which can be clearly understood by the blue accents of the Honda logo.
The interior has a fresh appearance as well with a steering wheel and brand new dashboard that comes with a tablet-like infotainment system with a 9.0-inch touchscreen, large air-con vents stretching across its width. The new cabin is finished in all-black theme and has been made more spacious as it features a dual-pane panoramic glass roof.
The technical details are still not disclosed but it is expected to get a 4-cylinder petrol engine of 1.5-litre capacity along with an electric motor. An all-wheel-drive(AWD) system will also be featured in the top-end variants of the new Honda HR-V.
Also read – Scoop: Honda Readying New Compact SUV for India
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