Honda has introduced the third generation of HR-V subcompact crossover. The new HR-V has introduced in Japan for now but it will enter the Global market soon and probably the first non-domestic market that gets it is North America.
The new HR-V has a fresh design with its new headlights, grille, new LED daytime running lights, and a chrome strip on the upper side of the grille.
On the side, the new HR-V has a low profile rood that gives it a more coupe-like look. The coupe look is boosted by the hidden rear door handles while buyers have the option to order two-tone colors with a black roof. Its new wheels are also available in 16 and 18-inches.
At the rear, the new HR-V has a new LED light bar. As the automaker has introduced, the new HR-V will use a power tailgate on higher trims. Also, there are blue accents visible alongside the EHV badge on the tailgate that shows that the car will also use a hybrid powertrain.
For now, what we know is that there will be a naturally aspirated 1.5-liter gasoline hybrid engine with the AWD system. Lower models will use a non-hybrid powertrain with a 2WD drivetrain.
Inside the cabin, Honda also redesigned the interior and there is a tablet-like infotainment touchscreen probably with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, new air vents, and new comfortable seats that are known as the Magic Seats.
The 2021 Honda HR-V will launch globally by the end of this year.