This comes roughly a month after the model was caught in Vietnam, courtesy of Vietnam’s Registry Department.
Visually, we can expect the Thailand version of the updated CR-V to feature a number of updates, including:
- Cosmic Blue body colour
- New alloy wheels
- Panoramic sun roof
- Driver seat with memory function
- Qi wireless charging pad
- Auto dimming rear view mirror
- Honda Sensing ADAS suite
Powertrain is expected to be carried over from the outgoing model, which includes a 2.4-litre naturally-aspirated petrol engine (173 PS, 224 Nm) mated to a CVT-type automatic and a 1.6-litre turbodiesel (160 PS, 350 Nm) hooked up to a 9-speed automatic transmission.
According to Thai sources, Honda will be launching the new 2020 CR-V tomorrow (14-July) at the 2020 Bangkok International Motor Show.
What about Malaysia?
The updated Honda CR-V may not arrive before 2020 ends, making a 2021 debut more likely. Keep in mind that apart from the updated CR-V, Honda Malaysia also has the all-new City (and also the City Hatchback) in the pipeline as well.
UPDATE: Honda Thailand has just launched the updated Honda CR-V.