The concept vehicle presented at the Detroit Auto Show displays a bold, energetic styling that is both hip and athletic. The sleek, aerodynamics are similar to sports coupes. Overall the new Honda crossover is 9 inches shorter than the popular CR-V, which makes it more suited to navigating the busy urban terrain.
Part of the Honda Global Compact Series, this new small crossover will join the ranks of the Honda Fit and the Honda City, the latter currently available only in markets outside the U.S.
When the urban compact SUV hits the U.S. market in 2014, it is expected to be equipped with the innovative Earth Dreams Technology engine, which is widely known and respected for its impressive fuel economy.
Honda’s versatile Magic Seat feature, which provides exceptional flexibility to accommodate a variety of both seating and cargo configurations, is certain to be part of the package as well.
The interior will be sophisticated and refined, and loaded with a wide array of the latest in advanced high-tech infotainment features.
No other automaker would seem to be as uniquely poised to enter the urban crossover market as Honda. With their exemplary track record of producing a wide range of very successful compact and subcompact vehicles, noted for being stylish, dependable, and fun to drive, expectations for this new compact SUV are very high indeed.
To learn more about the new Urban SUV Concept, and its expected release date, interested drivers can visit Motor Werks Honda (http://www.motorwerkshonda.com/