The Honda HR-V Facelift will arrive in Australia next year and based on that news, Indonesian artist Adrians Ramadhani has come up with a rendering of the car which incorporates changes that could be made to the car.
The rendering created by Ramadhani borrows heavily from the existing Honda CR-V, but also integrates a few new elements. The changes expected include full-LED headlights with bolder DRLs, restyled grille with a bolder chrome embellisher, sportier front and rear bumpers, new alloy wheels, and updated taillamp graphics. Details on the changes inside are not reported, but we reckon Honda could update the trim, seat upholstery and equipment onboard. The refreshed HR-V will most likely retain the 1.8L four-cylinder i-VTEC petrol engine paired with a CVT, which produces 139bhp at 6,500 rpm and 172Nm of torque.