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Honda's all new HR-V achieves superior levels of interior comfort and space in the compact SUV segment, especially through its innovative L-shaped vents.

28 May 2021 | International News : Japan

By incorporating Honda's latest structural technologies and an interior design ethos centred on the concepts of light and wind, the all new Honda HR-V achieves superior levels of interior comfort and space in the compact SUV segment.

The feature that has the greatest impact on the interior ambience is also the most subtle. The unique Air Diffusion System introduces an alternative to conventional air-conditioning, with L-shaped vents positioned in the top corners of the dashboard delivering the effects of a natural breeze to all occupants.  

L-shaped vents at the top corners of the dashboard create the effect of a natural breeze
The Air Diffusion System discreetly directs a stream of soft 'breeze' like air along the side windows, brushing the cheeks of the front passengers. The air also travels to the roof, creating a gentle vortex of air that cools the rear passengers.

Every interior design feature within the cockpit structure is dedicated to achieving a sense of spaciousness that connects occupants to the outside world. This begins with windows that are designed to admit as much light as possible, with the excellent outward visibility further aided by flat line of the bonnet and clear sightlines.

This approach exemplifies Honda's 'Man-Maximum, Machine-Minimum' development principle, which is based on the belief that the purpose of technology and design is to serve the needs of the driver and passengers.

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