The sixth generation of Honda CR-V is reportedly predicted to be launched soon between this year or early 2023 at the latest. However, before its official launch, a portrait of a car that is suspected to be the latest generation of Honda CR-V has already been circulating on the internet.
In the circulating photo, from the front the look of the latest generation Honda CR-V looks changed. The lines on the windshield look like the HR-V’s sister. The form is not much different from the image patent that was spread some time ago.
The headlights are now slimmer and there is a hexagonal grille. Then at the rear, the SUV has L-shaped lights. There are also two exhausts that complete the trapezoidal look at the rear. The rear design makes the car look slimmer. At first glance from behind, the car, which is believed to be the latest generation, looks like a Volvo SUV.
For those of you who are already smitten with the look of the latest Honda CR-V, please be patient. The reason is as reported by Paultan, the Honda CR-V unit is only intended for the Chinese automotive market. It seems that Honda will again offer a turbo variant in this latest generation of CR-V.
This also indicates that the car will retain the 1.5L VTEC Turbo engine but with a greater power adjustment than the current model. Currently, the Honda CR-V in China is capable of spitting out 193 PS of power and 243 Nm of torque.
Along with the development of environmentally friendly technology, for the first time an e:HEV hybrid variant will be presented on the CR-V like the Civic. The hybrid model is believed to be capable of producing 184 PS and 315 Nm of power which is channeled through direct injection from the Accord Hybrid 2.0 L’s Atkinson-Cycle system. Then for the plug-in hybrid variant it will be no different from the e:PHEV version that is currently installed on Honda. CR-V in China since 2020.
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