Monday, 18 June 2018 at 2.30pm
Since the launch of the original CR-V in 1995, the model has been a benchmark in the SUV sector for space efficiency. The all-new model, available in the European region later this year, builds on this heritage to deliver the most practical and comfortable CR-V yet.
- Increased wheelbase enables significantly more spacious interior without increasing exterior length
- A host of convenience and technology features for all occupants throughout the cabin
- CR-V petrol models available with the option of seven seats for the first time
- Class-leading cargo space and a fully flat loading bay with the option of a hands-free tailgate
At the outset of the creation of the all-new CR-V, Honda's engineers heavily revised the vehicle's platform. The wheels were repositioned further towards the corners of the car, increasing the length of the wheelbase by 40mm, and improving ground clearance by 40mm. This change to the wheelbase, alongside an increase in vehicle width of 35mm, has unlocked further space for occupants, while retaining the same overall length.