Honda HR-V ditches signature Honda design language: All you need to know
Honda has taken the cover off its second-generation HR-V SUV. Meant to go on sale in the global market later this year, the new Honda HR-V comes with a host of changes and a completely revised design that makes it very distinctive. The second-generation SUV comes based on the new Honda Civic. The new Honda HR-V comes with an aggressive front fascia and is more rugged-looking than before.
Here are all the details you need to know about this SUV.
The new Honda HR-V comes with a bold looking visual appearance. It gets an aggressive front fascia with sleek headlamps sporting similarity to Honda Civic. The headlamps get integrated LED daytime running lights. A compact yet bold looking front grille, sculpted looking bumper and bonnet increase its visual appeal.
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Moving to the side profile, the Honda HR-V gets black sporty alloy wheels and a coupe-like roofline. A blackened glass area, black door handles, and turn indicator integrated ORVMs are other design elements. The wheel arches get black cladding, enhancing the car's boldness. It gets LED taillights and a sculpted tailgate. An interesting feature of the SUV is that its windshield wipers hide under the hood line when not in use.
Honda has not revealed the interior of the new HR-V. However, expect it to come with a compact layout and a feature-packed appearance.
Engine and transmission
The new generation Honda HR-V SUV's powertrain details are yet to be disclosed. Expect the Honda HR-V is expected to get a 1.5-litre turbocharged engine under the hood. The SUV could also get a 1.8-litre engine and a hybrid system as well.