All-new 2022 Honda BR-V patent images leaked, gets Honda Sensing

Jason · Jul 1, 2021 11:00 AM

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Remember the Honda N7X concept? Well, it is heavily tipped to be the all-new 2022 Honda BR-V. Now, patent images of the all-new Honda BR-V has surfaced online (according to a source) and it stays faithful to the N7X's design and overall looks. 

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Starting with the front-end, the LED headlamps (although the LED strips on the N7X has reverted to more traditional foglamps), bumper and grille design are identical to the N7X concept. It looks bold, broad-shouldered and attractive I must say. This styling blends in well with Honda's current design language. 

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Continuing to the rear, and the design is again consistent with the N7X. There's that instantly recognisable rear-lamp cluster, along with a rugged bumper design, replete with roof rails and a shark fin antenna. 

Also readScoop: Honda N7X could turn into next-gen BR-V after all, with Honda Sensing?

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It is actually quite remarkable how close the final design of the all-new Honda BR-V (in the leaked images anyway) is to the N7X concept. Carmakers usually will go to town with their concepts but scale back on the production version. 

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Moving forward, it appears that the all-new BR-V will not see much changes in the powertrain department, as detailed here previously. What is more interesting would be the introduction of Honda Sensing in the range-topping model, the 1.5 Prestige HS CVT (HS for Honda Sensing, most likely). 

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The current generation BR-V does not have ADAS of any sort, so this would be quite a leap forward.

The current Honda BR-V sold in Malaysia is powered by a 1.5-litre, 4-cylinder engine (120 PS, 145 Nm) paired to a CVT transmission. The BR-V retails for RM 86,726 to RM 93,420 (SST discounts applied). 

Jason

Road Test Editor

Jason's foremost passion is all things automotive, where he spent his formative working years as a Product Planner and Trainer. An Advanced Driving Instructor by training and an all-round enthusiast, Jason loves going into intricate details about driving dynamics. Will drive anything with 4 wheels and a steering.

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