Honda Cars Brazil has discharged the first official sketches of the WR-V subcompact SUV, in front of its public debut at the Sao Paulo International Motor Show in November this year.
A Ford EcoSport rival, the WR-V depends on the Jazz platform that also underpins the City sedan and will be confined under the 4-meter check. What additionally makes the model to a great degree intriguing is the way that the WR-V will make it to India too to go up against a large group of sub 4-meter SUVs and hybrid models.
The WR-V hybrid has been produced by the R&D group of Honda Cars Brazil. While the Jazz impact is apparent, the front gets a more forceful looking configuration with the strong lines on the hood, huge lower grille, and the thick bar that holds the enormous 'H', like that seen on the City and Jazz. You can likewise observe the emphasizd wheel curves, rooftop rails and composite wheels showing up, while the tail light demonstrates a look from the sides, and could be the boomerang formed ones, comparable that seen on the Jazz.
The Honda WR-V will supplant the Fit Twist, which is the hybrid adaptation of the Jazz in South America, while the greater part of alternate markets including India will get it as an all-new model. The Brazilian spec adaptation is required to convey similar 1.5-liter flex-fuel motor that additionally controls the Jazz hatchback and will come mated to a 5-speed manual gearbox and CVT programmed choices.
On the India spec display however, Honda Cars India resolve the WR-V subcompact SUV utilizing the 1.2-liter i-VTEC petrol and 1.5-liter i-DTEC diesel motor choices, additionally observed on the new Jazz. We don't expect much change in the power yield however. Hope to see a sound measure of components obtained from the Jazz and City kin.
As far as adversaries, the Honda WR-V will bolt horns with the Ford EcoSport, Maruti Suzuki Vitara Brezza, Hyundai i20 Active, Toyota Etios Cross, Volkswagen Cross Polo, Fiat Urban Cross, and the preferences. More subtle elements will be accessible one month from now in Brazil.