There is not any more hiding for the next generation on the Honda CR-V even as we just got our face to face the state design fillings fully revealing the design and styling from the Japanese firm’s new compact SUV well ahead of its world premiere with the La Auto Show.
As predicted, sans small wheels and many body trim options such as the protection plate under the front bumper, you don’t see any other noteworthy changes on the Honda CR-V study teased which has a single photo last July.
The outer design is clearly an evolution with the current model’s theme albeit which has a easier front-end styling as well as a sharper looking window line.
Throughout the presentation with the study, American Honda Vice chairman of Sales, John Mendel had described the styling as “more sophisticated and dynamic” than its predecessor adding that it will offer “amazing interior versatility and Honda’s latest technologies for convenience and refinement.”
We’re still at midnight in relation to the powertrain options, but apart from the accessibility to both front- and all-wheel drive configurations, don’t expect any dramatic changes within the hood.
Its northern border American model will possibly obtain a updated version on the current four-cylinder gasoline unit, along with the European specification CR-V, a range of four-cylinder petrol and diesel engines.
Honda says which the brand-new CR-V will reach U.S. showrooms prior to the end of year, while European buyers should possible until nov 2012.
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