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Honda has revealed the first details of the 2019 HR-V, which features enhanced exterior styling, updates to the interior and a range of advanced technologies.

14 Aug 2018 | International News : U.K.


Upgrades to the elegant exterior design include a more substantial interpretation of Honda's 'Solid Wing Face' graphic, with a new, high-gloss dark chrome panel that replaces the black-and-chrome combination above the grille. The front bumper features deeper air intake sections that house circular fog lights, and the head lights now have projector lenses with redesigned LED daytime running lights as standard.

The HR-V's rear lights are upgraded to full LED units
At the rear, a dark chrome garnish across the tailgate mirrors the new trim at the front, and the rear lights sit within darker lens casings.

Higher-grade models feature a new 17-inch alloy design, and the exhaust tailpipe has a unique chrome finisher. The head lights and rear lights are upgraded to full LED units, and the rear casings are enhanced with dark 'smoked' effect.

Honda will offer a choice of eight exterior colours for the 2019 HR-V, including the addition of Midnight Blue Beam Metallic. The other colour choices comprise Milano Red, Platinum White and Crystal Black in a pearlescent finish, and Lunar Silver, Modern Steel, Brilliant Sporty Blue and Ruse Black metallic hues.

The HR-V remains as versatile as ever, including the carry-over of Honda's innovative Magic Seat system. Redesigned seats for the driver and front passenger incorporate changes to the seat cushion and back rest, providing enhanced overall support - especially for the shoulder area. The standard fabric upholstery now uses a higher-quality material, while top-grade models feature a full leather interior as standard.

From launch, the 2019 Honda HR-V will be available with the highly-efficient 1.5-litre i-VTEC naturally aspirated petrol engine, which offers a high output of 128bhp and maximum torque of 155Nm at 4,600rpm. Acceleration from 0-100km/h takes 10.2 seconds when equipped with the six-speed manual, and 10.9 seconds with the optional CVT.

Production of 2019 HR-V 1.5L i-VTEC variants has started with the deliveries commencing from October in the U.K. A sportier, 1.5L VTEC Turbo engine will follow.

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