Thursday, September 10, 2020

2022 Honda HR-V





Since the Honda Fit/Jazz was redesigned last year, we know there is an all-new HR-V coming up. And here it is.

These early pictures show a more angular design for the small Crossover. At the same time, it seems to adopt a mre coupe-like profile. The rear door handle looks like it is still right behind the door. Otherwise, it seems Honda might have gone for a more trucky look. Although it is really hard to tell from these photos.  The shape doesn't seem as rounded and cute. And the windows look quite a bit smaller. 


I think the current CR-V still looks good. And quite original, inside and out. It is still a good choice in its segment. I drove one last year ( HERE) and quite liked it. 

Being based on the new Fit (the one we don't get), this could, like the Fit, be offered as a Hybrid only. Or at least as an option.
 

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

Oh, wow. That fast roofline looks like it could seriously cut into cargo capacity, which is a huge advantage the current model holds over other subcompact crossovers.

FFEMT6 said...

It looks so much larger imo. The current fit looks better to me so far. I think it also has one of Honda's best interior designs ever. Very aesthetically pleasing.

FFEMT6 said...

It looks so much larger imo. The current fit looks better to me so far. I think it also has one of Honda's best interior designs ever. Very aesthetically pleasing.

Patrick said...

Doubt that's the HR-V, didn't you post a similar image recently. Seems chinese.

TwoBear said...

If that is indeed the new HR-V, I'm already disappointed. That looks terrible. I really wanted the new generation Fit for my next car, but this was on the radar since Honda didn't see fit to bring the new Fit here.

Anonymous said...

https://www.burlappcar.com/2020/07/202122-honda-hr-v-illustration-lets.html?m=1

and yes it's consistent what he posted previously a natural progression in the next generation.

Anonymous said...

definitely could become a next top seller for Honda as the CRV is everly increasing in price. Looks like they've increased the overall dimensions just enough to make it much more practical on a day-to-day basis. initial generation was excellent given it being the first time out and look for Honda to only further refine this vehicle.

Patrick said...

Time will tell but that’s not what I was talking about actually. And that’s not what that image actually was