Under the hood of the new Honda HR-V, there is a 1.5 petrol engine and two electric motors.
For now, the Japanese manufacturer has not yet revealed the power of the whole but it should be established around 130 hp.
For its 3rd generation, the HR-V falls into line aesthetically, with a fairly smooth line and a “cut” rear.
Quite neat, the interior reveals a straight dashboard with a 9-inch central screen.
The digital instrumentation is entrusted to a 7-inch cluster.
Like most of the brand's models, the HRV has the very practical “Magic Seats” which retract completely to free up a flat load space.
Marketing is expected later this year.
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