Just yesterday we saw the leaked patent images of the upcoming all-new 2021 Honda HR-V. In anticipation of its global debut next week (18 February), we spent some time colouring between the lines of the patent images.
Compared to the current Honda HR-V, the patent image displays a more angular overall look. Changes include a more prominent grille, door-mounted side mirrors and a sleeker roof line.
Details on the all-new 2021 Honda HR-V’s powertrain are still vague, but we are expecting a 1.5-litre engine and an i-MMD hybrid option. Talking about i-MMD, we’re still waiting on the Honda City RS's price to be officially announced.
Known as the Honda Vezel in Japan, Honda has teased the all-new model in videos and some pamphlets to the Japanese media.
The Honda HR-V has been the go-to car for many Malaysians since its launch in 2015. Its small size is great for urban driving, but the Honda HR-V offers great practicality too.
Well, looks like we’ll have to wait until next week to get the full details on the all-new 2021 Honda HR-V.