Here is the latest news about the Honda 6th generation vehicle. American Honda Motor Company has announced to realize 6th generation Honda CR-V. The full unveiling of the vehicle is coming soon, and sales in North America will begin later this year.
Honda CR-V 6th Generation:
Until a few generations ago, the Honda CR-V was categorized as a tiny crossover, but now it would be larger than the existing model. It is classified as a C-segment sports utility vehicle or C-SUV. The SUV will continue to be available with seven seats.
The 6th generation Honda CR-V is a very effective model for Honda, particularly in the United States. Since its introduction in 1997, Honda has sold over 5 million units of CR-V in the US. The model has sold an average of 300,000 units or more per year since the 4th generation, and the 5th generation CR-V outsold the best-selling Civic in North America.
Highlights of CR-V Design:
Honda has teased the sixth-generation CR-V with a few pictures. The front and rear ends of the car are partially visible in the images. The 2023 Honda CR-V features a brand-new front fascia with a hexagonal grille and slim LED headlamps on both sides. The SUV’s updated tail lamp cluster now includes three LED elements. In contrast to the current generation’s rounder look, the CR-front V’s end is now stronger and sporty. The new CR-V is 132 millimeters longer and 13 millimeters taller than its predecessor. The wheelbase has also increased by 39 millimeters to 2,701 millimeters.
Honda CR-V technical specification:
The company has not yet revealed the technical detail of the vehicle. However, it appears to be a replica of the 11th generation Civic. It is expected that the sixth-generation CR-V will be available with a 1.5-liter turbo-petrol, a 2.0-liter hybrid, and a 1.5-liter petrol mild-hybrid engine. Honda claims that it will be a more advanced and newer hybrid technology. It will probably be comparable to the Civic’s 11th generation.