2018-2019 Honda CR-V – a new 2018-2019 Honda in Europe

The automaker from Japan released the first pictures of the prototype of the European model 2018-2019 Honda CR-V fourth generation, the first appearance of the concept we saw last summer, and Los Angeles Auto Show North American version of the developer showed the model year. Difference represented by 2018-2019 Honda CR-V Prototype from the production model seems to be insignificant, and in the European auto market a new car this autumn will appear.

The fourth-generation 2018-2019 Honda CR-V looks forward to continuing the success of the popular SUV, and the changes compared to its predecessor is significant. The company said that the car was completely redesigned, including exterior design, which gets more dynamic form, the interior, which has become more comfortable, more spacious and more instrumented, and the engine, which in addition to increasing the power can boast lower fuel consumption.

Engine 2018-2019 Honda CR-V

The developer has not yet reported on the range of engines for the European model, but probably under the hood of the car posted a revised 2.4-liter four-cylinder engine that develops 185 horsepower (at 7000 rev / min) and 220 Newton meters of peak torque torque (at 4400 rev / min).

From technologies that reduce fuel consumption 2018-2019 Honda CR-V and increase the capacity of its predecessor by 5 horsepower worth noting independent variable valve timing for intake and exhaust valves. The technology has the ability to change not only the opening of the time, but also the height of the lift valves, which also helps improve the efficiency of the engine.

Inside the 2018-2019 Honda CR-V driver and passengers will enjoy more spacious dimensions, a variety of new assistance and safety systems, as well as music SUV gets a choice of a standard 160-watt or 328-watt high-quality audio system with a subwoofer. New the V-the CR the 2018-2019 Honda plans to present at the International Motor Show Geneva open days which start eighth and finish on March 18.

Photo 2018-2019 Honda CR-V Prototype