Off-road Honda CR-V Black Edition debuted at a tuning show in TokyoJanuary 10, 2020
On January 10, the Tokyo Auto Salon exhibition, considered an analogue of the famous SEMA tuning show, opened in the Japanese capital.
Honda introduced the off-road version of its popular Honda CR-V Black Edition crossover at the opening Tokyo Auto Salon 2020 exhibition. Such a car differs from the standard model by its “grown” clearance, a special protective plastic body kit around the entire perimeter of the body, as well as new wheels with off-road rubber. The full-time roof rack and chandelier from compact LED “spotlights” complement the image of the novelty. Additional light appeared on the front bumper. Spectacular inserts made of chrome and matte black plastic complement the brutal image of the “pumped” crossover.
The Honda CR-V Black Edition is powered by a one and a half liter 193-horsepower turbo engine, combined with a CVT and four-wheel drive.
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