Production of the Honda WR-V has begun at the company’s Tapukara plant in Rajasthan.
Honda had showcased the upcoming WR-V crossover at the Sao Paulo Auto Show in 2016 and now the vehicle’s production has started in India. The Honda WR-V is being produced at the company’s plant in Tapukara, Rajasthan. The Honda WR-V shares its platform with the Jazz but comes with a whole lot of changes.
The front fascia is completely redesigned and it comes with a prominent grille along with new headlamps and bumper. The side profile looks like a typical crossover with the beefed up ground clearance. The rear also gets a smart design and as we can see, there is a generous dose of chrome all over the car.
The Honda WR-V also gets body cladding which adds to the rugged feel. The interiors of the WR-V are likely to be similar to the Jazz and knowing Honda, we can be sure that the crossover will be really spacious. On the mechanical front, expect the WR-V to get the same engines as the Jazz.
– The Honda WR-V will be launched in March 2017
– It will share its engines with the Jazz
– The vehicle gets a lot of styling revisions over the Jazz
Source – Team-BHP.com