Well, what do we have here!? Probably one of the most exciting things to make a global debut at the Gaikindo Indonesia International Auto Show, the all-new 2015 Honda BR-V has made a slight appearance online via Indonesian motoring website AutonetMagz.
The photos reveal the exterior styling of what is believed to be a three-row seven-seater SUV from Honda, one that’s believed to be fitting of a size between the existing HR-V and CR-V models.
Designed particularly for the Asian market, the Honda BR-V you see here will make its full debut in the coming days, and is expected to feature a 1.5-litre petrol engine, one common to the Jazz and City models we know. Back when Honda released initial details of it, they also mentioned the availability of “two advanced transmissions.”
The Honda BR-V is a product of Honda R&D Asia Pacific Co., LTD (HRAP) in Thailand: a third model to come from the company.
From the images shared by the Indo website, it looks like the BR-V has significant ground clearance, and is packed with body toughening panels. However, it a rugged look that doesn’t appear to compromise styling either: on top of the protective bits, the BR-V here is probably blinged-out with chrome detailing to match.
There isn’t too much more we could say about it, so rather than speculate too much, let’s just hang tight until the official global debut which happens very soon. Stay tuned!