The new generation Honda CR-V is scheduled to make its world debut later in 2022.
Honda is developing the new generation CR-V which is set to make its global debut later in 2022. While the CR-V has been shelved in India, it continues to increase Honda sales volumes in developed markets such as North America and China Among others. Now images of the next generation CR-V have been leaked online which will be a direct replacement for the current model.
As the images indicate, the new 2023 CR-V is based on Honda’s new family design language. If international media reports continue, the new CR-V will also appear to be larger than the current model in terms of body dimensions. It will be 132 mm longer and 13 mm longer, while the width will be reduced by only 1 mm. The overall length, width and height are 4,703 mm, 1,866 mm and 1,680 mm respectively, while the wheelbase will be extended by 39 mm at 2,701 mm.
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The CR-V 2023 will be an all-new model. It will have a similar looking black hexagonal radiator grille found on the Honda HR-V. Against the current car, there will be a taller, sharper bumper with a larger air dam. You’ll also get new 10-spoke alloy wheels that are radically different from previous units. At the rear, the vertically positioned taillights have a completely familiar design.
Inside, expect the new generation CR-V to feature an all-new cabin. It will also be offered with a third-row seat option as well.
E: HEV Hybrid Technology:
Like the rest of Honda’s new cars, the CR-V will also become the latest recipient of the company’s hybrid technology. It will only come with petrol engine options. You’ll likely get a 1.5-liter turbo petrol engine with an e:HEV hybrid system or a 2.0-liter naturally aspirated four-cylinder with a mild hybrid system.
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It’s not likely to be released in India anytime soon. Especially when Honda has already removed the current model in the country.
First Publication Date: May 13, 2022, 05:59 PM IST