Honda has decided to declassify the crossover HR-V of the new generation, which will appear in Europe at the end of 2020. The car price will be announced later.
The crossover has a long hood, integrated radiator, narrow headlights, spoiler, two-part panoramic roof, and a rectangular gas tank hatch.
Interior novelties have received a new dashboard, L-shaped vents, climate unit with analog control, as well as a separate sensor, tablet multimedia, supporting wireless connectivity of your smartphone.
The car is propelled by a hybrid unit e: HEV, which includes a 1.5-liter gasoline engine with two electric motors. A similar hybrid installation was used for the first time in a Honda Jazz hatchback.
The car has a branded suite of safety systems Honda Sensing, which has an adaptive "cruise" with an improved collision avoidance method.