Honda CR-V 2020 will come with a hybrid version of the previous compact crossover.
Moreover, it will come with the same design and versatility, but electric.
Honda CR-V 2020 Exterior
Last September, Honda had revealed its 2020 CR-V crossover, adding a hybrid variant to the series.
Moreover, the car will come with a distinctive design as well as magnificent blue-accented logos.
Furthermore, these logos reflect the electrifying personality of the new car.
Besides, it comes with new LED headlights as well as 19-inch alloy wheels to impress every potential owner.
As for the car’s fog lights, the car has its specific bar-style fog light as well as new darker taillights.
In addition, the car comes with a new chrome exhaust finisher.
Interior & Technologies
The car comes with brand new technologies in the interior as well as bigger spaces and seating ability.
Moreover, the touring trims of the car come with a Qi wireless device charging along with unbelievable techs inside.
These techs include a 7-inch touchscreen infotainment system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.
Additionally, the car will come with a color display in the gauge cluster, rear USB Ports, and power front seats.
There are special upgrades for the hybrid version like interior trim and a push-button gear selector with various modes.
Moreover, these modes are for boosting efficiency and response.
The hybrid version will come with a 2.0-liter Atkinson-cycle inline-4, which will produce a net 212 horsepower.
Furthermore, Honda said that it hopes that the CR-V hybrid will be 50% more efficient than the gas model.
As for the battery, it is tucked under the cargo floor, which also still has enough space for other things to be put in.
However, the car will not generate a loud-speed noise when operating on electricity alone.
Moreover, the Hybrid version offers a range of exclusive features like easy fold-down 60/40 split rear seatback.
In addition, it will come with available hands-free access power tailgate as well as wireless phone charger.
Spot, Econ, EV Drive Modes are what the hybrid version will be having exclusively too.
However, it is not Honda’s first as they made another hybrid, which is the famous Honda Civic2020.