The Honda HR-V has been with us for quite a while now, and to keep it relevant in the market, Honda is updating their HR-V subcompact SUV.
The photo comes from Thai-based Headlight Magazine, and based from what we see here, it carries the new design language that first debuted in the 10th generation Civic, adopting the same slim LED headlights from the popular compact sedan. It also has a bigger H logo, a more upright grille with a bigger chrome garnish. A wider front air intake and a sportier front bumper design make the HR-V look sharper as a whole. Out back, it is expected to have a chrome strip that connects the two tail lights, based on the spy shots we’ve seen.
Inside, not much changes are expected, except for an updated infotainment system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, and higher quality materials.
These shots seem to have come from a Japanese brochure of the Honda HR-V, which is called Vezel in Japan.