2023 Honda CR-V Rendering
Some might call Honda’s new design language a tad bland

While Honda continues developing the 2023 CR-V, a rendering of the upcoming SUV has already surfaced online.

Honda will apply its new design language seen on the 2022 Civic and the new HR-V on the new generation CR-V as well. What’s more, the CR-V is set to grow in size so as to distance itself from the brand’s compact SUV.

The 2023 Honda CR-V rendering, which has been derived from spy pictures taken of prototypes of the upcoming SUV, shows that the car could get a more simpler styling.

Upfront, the SUV will have a longer and flatter bonnet, a marginally larger radiator grille with a new pattern and sleek headlight units.

For the 2023 model year CR-V, Honda will place the ORVMs on the doors and not on the A-pillar, which should aid aerodynamics, while also reducing road noise. A strong shoulder line will run the entire length of the car, connecting the lighting units at the front and rear.

As far as the rear profile is concerned, the new CR-V should retain the vertically positioned lighting units, while a horizontal extension of which will be found on the sizeable tailgate.

Due to the car having grown in size, more cabin space will be a given. In line with Honda’s new interior design theme, the CR-V should come with a minimalist cabin that focuses on occupant space, refinement and comfort.

There will be a tablet-type touchscreen sitting on top of the dashboard, below which will be positioned the air-con vents and climate control buttons and knobs. What’s more, the car is likely to feature the latest connectivity options available at the time of its launch and should be practical too.

Mechanically, hybrid and plug-in hybrid models are expected to be offered while a 1.5-litre turbo petrol variant is also likely to be there when the model goes on sale overseas next year.

2023 Honda CR-V Spied
The spy shots provide a clear representation of the car’s design
2023 Honda CR-V Spied Rear
It should be a spacious and practical SUV

Source – Motor1.UOL.com.br