Honda has revealed the new Honda BR-V globally. The new Honda BR-V has been currently revealed in Indonesia and it will first go on sale in Indonesia, followed by other South Asian markets. The new BR-V was showcased earlier this year as the New 7 Seater eXcitement (or N7X) concept in the Southeast Asian country to gauge the response of customers. The customer response has been phenomenal and so the company has introduced this people mover as the new second-generation version of the Honda BR-V.
The new Honda BR-V is quite an interesting vehicle. It is neither an SUV nor an MPV. According to the company, the new 2022 Honda BR-V has been designed in a very unique way to combine the toughness of an SUV and the cabin comfort and functionality of an MPV. The new Honda Honda BR-V comes with all-LED headlamps along with integrated LED DRLs that looks quite neat. It gets a blacked-out grille and an aggressive bumper that incorporates a skid plate. Moreover, the bumper is quite long and flat. The new Honda BR-V gets roof rails, 17-inch dual-tone alloy wheels, and body cladding all-around. At the rear, it features LED tail lamps. The new Honda BR-V does look similar to the Honda N7X concept car.
On the inside, Honda has officially confirmed that the new BR-V will come with the same infotainment system that we get to see in the new Honda City too. It will also get a 4.2-inch TFT display. Additionally, the higher variants of the car will get the Honda LaneWatch system that has blindspot detection, Honda SmartKey, remote engine start system and also Honda Sensing that gets features like adaptive cruise control. The new Honda BR-V will be offered with five colour variants in Indonesia. They are – Crystal Black Pearl, Lunar Silver Metallic, Modern Steel Metallic, Premium Opal White Pearl (new) and Taffeta White.
The new Honda BR-V draws power from a 1.5-litre DOHC petrol engine. This motor pumps out 121 PS of maximum power at 6600 RPM and 145 Nm of peak torque at 4300 RPM. The engine comes mated to a manual gearbox and a new CVT. However, Honda says the powertrain of the new BR-V complies only with Euro 4 emissions regulations only and so it might not be launched in India. Do you want to see the new Honda BR-V in the Indian market once again? Do let us know in the comments section below.
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