The facelifted Honda BR-V has been caught in Indonesia, possibly hinting that a regional debut will happen pretty soon. Indonesia is the biggest market for the BR-V and the model was developed by Honda R&D Asia Pacific (HRAP).
Indonesian automotive site OtoDriver posted the lone spyshot of the facelifted BR-V, depicting the new model’s mildly-revised front end.
Changes to the front end include a new front bumper with a pair of more intricate-looking front foglight surrounds and an additional trim piece in the upper grille. The wheels on the facelifted BR-V also appear to sport a different design.
The outgoing Honda BR-V has remained largely unchanged since its introduction in 2017
In terms of powertrain, the pre-facelifted Honda BR-V is powered by a 1.5-litre four-cylinder i-VTEC petrol engine that is paired to a CVT-type automatic that sends all 120 PS and 145 Nm to the front wheels.
Photo credit: OtoDriver
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