We Finally Got A Glimpse At What The 2023 Honda CR-V Hybrid Looks Like
Honda is keeping most of the specs of the new hybrid system well-guarded, but did say that the hybrid version of the CR-V will have an extra boost over gas-only models. Honda said the drivetrain they will be using is an advanced hybrid system designed to provide a “sportier” driving experience, adding that the new generation will be more “adventurous” than its predecessor. Car and Driver suggest it this could imply enhancements on its AWD and a Trail Sport trim level as those used by the larger Passport and Pilot SUVs. The new model will possibly come with different tires, too, and is likely to have more horsepower than its hybrid predecessors. The 2022 CR-V Hybrid sells for $26,800 in the U.S. currently, and offers 212 horsepower.
In August 2021, the 2023 Honda CR-V Hybrid was spied testing in Germany, via Car and Driver, revealing a bigger size. Image patents released in May, 2022 by the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology of China — when the SUV was homologated — also confirm a bigger size, and an additional row of seats, via Motor 1. The new hybrid model has a larger grille, a more aggressive presence on the road, narrower headlights, and mirrors mounted on the doors. While the reveal is not the most dramatic nor revolutionary Honda has done, the 2023 CR-V Hybrid promises to continue pushing sales and the CV-R’s popularity in the U.S. and around the world.
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