Next Generation Honda CR-V Spotted Testing

The CR-V is a popular compact crossover SUV by Honda which is currently in its 5th generation that debuted back in October 2016 and went on sale starting from North American markets in December 2016.

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Now for the first time, spy shots of a camouflaged test mule of 6th generation Honda CR-V doing test rounds on European roads have appeared on the internet. As evident from the pictures despite some heavy camouflage wrap, the new CR-V will be much biggest than the current 5th gen model with sharper & clean lines, a flat bonnet, sleek headlamps and fascia that seems to have ditched Honda’s current signature solid wing design identity.

The rear end will get an integrated roof spoiler, glass-embedded rear wiper, shark fin antenna and slim horizontally oriented tail lamps. As per information the CR-V will come standard with 3-rows 7-seats configuration which is also available with the current generation model as an option in certain markets. But it will have a much generous space for passengers as well as luggage thanks to increased dimensions. Plus, the images also reveal a large vertically stacked touchscreen in the middle of the dashboard.

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As for powertrain options, the new 6th gen Honda CR-V is expected to get a new four-cylinder petrol engine along with a hybrid & plug-in hybrid version as parts of Honda’s plans to move closer towards electrification. The new Honda CR-V is expected to make its debut towards the mid of 2022.

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