All-new Honda HR-V (Vezel) debuts in Japan, e:HEV hybrid system | Mini Auto




Honda has ended the third generation of the Honda HR-V (known as the Vezel in Japan). The HR-V ranks below the CR-V in the brand's SUV class and has long been rumored to be entering the Indian market. While there's still no confirmation of that happening, the global model has changed dramatically in terms of looks and the technology it packs.


The new HR-V has a more angular, straight-forward look than its replacement. This new design direction debuted with the e:concept in 2020, and many of the EV SUV characteristics have been continued here. There is a flat grille, the same body color with slender LED headlights and prominent honeycomb air vents below. Along the sides, the HR-V stands out with its coupe-like body and body-hugging body with large glass panels. At the rear is where the HR-V looks its brightest thanks to the lenticular LED taillights with a connected LED strip. The raked rear windscreen ends with a compact trunk lid and a prominent rear spoiler.


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On the inside, the new HR-V follows the latest trends in Honda's interior design with a horizontally themed layout, full-width AC vents and midsection, climate control. compact as on the City and floating 8-inch touch screen. . The gearshift panel also has a unique chrome strip that ends at the footrest, while the familiar Honda steering wheel and instrument cluster are other additions. In particular, the HR-V also has a rotary knob to Control the flow of air from the vents. Air diffuser setting. Notable features are a nine-speaker sound system, panoramic sunroof, wireless charging, power tailgate, heated steering wheel, 18-inch two-tone alloys, and rear AC vents. There's also a full suite of connectivity features and Honda's Sensing advanced driver assistance system.


The HR-V will feature Honda's new e:HEV hybrid system that debuted on the new Jazz globally, although numbers for this version have not been revealed. Along with that, there will be a 1.5-litre i-VTEC petrol engine with 129hp and 153Nm, a derivative of the engine found in the City-spec in India and mated to an automatic transmission. CVT stepless. An AWD version will also be offered in certain markets.


If the Honda HR-V comes to India, it will go head-to-head with the Kia Seltos and Hyundai Creta.

All-new Honda HR-V (Vezel) debuts in Japan, e:HEV hybrid system | Mini Auto  All-new Honda HR-V (Vezel) debuts in Japan, e:HEV hybrid system | Mini Auto Reviewed by News For You on June 13, 2021 Rating: 5

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