Patent images of the all-new Honda HR-V were posted by a Facebook user named Vanhoe Range. The following photos expose different angles of the upcoming model, and it does look sleeker and more desirable than before.
Notably, the next-generation HR-V is bound for its global debut this February 18, 2021. With only a few days left on the countdown, these images do provide a sneak peek of what the subcompact crossover might look like.
Upfront, it gets a more imposing fascia. The all-new HR-V comes with a pair of angry-looking headlights that, we assume, houses LEDs. At the center, Honda gave it a new grille that’s treated with a diamond-pattern design for that striking look. Its bumper, on the other hand, is accentuated with some black cladding along with a strip of silver garnish. The fog light housings are quite thin, perhaps, it features a pair of LED units instead of halogens.
The application of black cladding continuous over to the side. Unlike the outgoing model, the side mirrors are now repositioned on the doors, therefore giving out better visibility on its A-pillar. Notably, the same placement of the rear handles were retained from its predecessor, plus, the rear is more sloped than before, both of these design elements give the all-new HR-V a coupe-like look.
As for the rear, it gets a pair of new taillights that seamlessly connect on both ends of the Honda logo. Like the front, the bumper also is treated with black cladding along and a strip of silver garnish, lastly, it also comes with a pair of thin reflectors down below.
While these may be unofficial images, still, everything appears to be quite accurate when comparing it with the following spy shots released last year. For now, let’s continue with its countdown as the brand uncovers official details of the all-new HR-V this February 18, 2021.
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