The new generation Honda HR-V is shown on the spy photoSeptember 14, 2020
The first live photos of the updated crossover have appeared on the web.
Recently, photo spies managed to capture a test prototype of the next generation of the Japanese crossover Honda HR-V, the body of which was completely covered with camouflage film.
Note that in the local market, the model is called Vezel and the car was first shown in 2013. A year ago, the crossover was successfully restyled, but the company does not stop there.
From the pictures it should be noted that the novelty will change its image, and the design will become more serious. The crossover has a coupe-like silhouette with elongated headlights, and the taillights have now lost the lower sections, and the side mirrors now “sit” on separate legs.
The grille of the new Honda HR-V is made in the style of the Honda Insight sedan. Also, the new model will retain the handles hidden from the top at the rear doors. The overall dimensions of the crossover are not yet known. The interior of the novelty is also not yet declassified, but the appearance of a virtual instrument panel and new multimedia with a touchscreen is expected.
Experts also suggest that the model should get a hybrid version of e: HEV. Note that the current version of the crossover in the local market is available with 1.5-liter units with a return of 172 and 131 hp, as well as a hybrid modification based on “aspirated”.
It is expected that sales of new items will start in 2021, and the presentation may take place at the end of this year.
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