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Tuesday, 26 July 2011

New Honda CR-V 2012 official pics


Here is the first official picture of Honda’s all-new CRV concept. The Honda concept SUV uses an all-new platform that will feature on the production car. The concept features a series of styling changes over the current CR-V designed to give the SUV a more aggressive stance.
The most prominent changes are at the front, where the CR-V features a wraparound lower front bumper that is better integrated into the rest of the front fascia than on the current car. The three-bar horizontal front grille is also much more dominant than the current CR-V’s, with slimmed-down headlights flanking it on either side. Honda claims the front-end styling changes result in much improved aerodynamics over the current car.
Heavily sculpted bodywork features on the sides, which also get more pronounced side sills. The concept also gets new alloy wheels. At the rear, the CR-V will retain the vertical light design of the current car, although no image has been released by Honda to show the rear styling. The Japanese firm is also claiming an all-new, more spacious interior with a lower floor for improved load-carrying ability.
Honda has confirmed no engine details at this stage, although improved efficiency and fuel economy is promised. The current CR-V is available with 2.0-litre and 2.4-litre petrol engines, developing 143bhp and 161bhp respectively.
The 2012 Honda CRV concept is not destined for the Frankfurt motor show in September, instead will be making its motor show debut at the Orange County International Auto Show in California in the same month.
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