The network showed the first photo of the cross Honda CR-VApril 10, 2021
The Japanese concern Honda will make the next generation of the CR-V cross more rigid. All possible changes can be viewed in the render.
Experts portal Motor1.com based on spy photos of the prototype version of the updated Honda CR-V prepared renders of the upcoming foreign car. The most obvious change to the upgraded CR-V is the redesigned warhead. It has a blunt nose, which makes the crossover more rigid.
Seen from the front, a large trapezoidal grille can be seen that widens at the top. There are narrower headlights that have an oblique orientation in the corners. A subtle trim runs between the lamps just below the bonnet.
The sides of the car have a simple design reminiscent of the latest Passport and Pilot models. The render shows a distinct crease that runs along the line of the shoulders. The window between the C and D pillars along the bottom edge has received an upward bend, which is considered a familiar design element for the brand’s crossovers. Spy shots show the rear of the CR-V. The rear window has a steeper angle, which makes the tail look sharper. The taillights are also sharper.
Overall, the footprint of the new CR-V appears to be larger, which should result in more interior space. Honda wants to add more space in the cabin.
It is not yet clear when the updated CR-V may appear. It is predicted to debut next year and go on sale in 2023. If so, there should be many more spy shots before the model is declassified.
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