Honda CR-V Concept Unveiled in Full

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Honda has finally revealed the CR-V Concept in full, as the vehicle was presented at the Orange County International Auto Show in Anaheim, California.
The body is much more aggressively shaped than the previous generation, but the biggest changes have to be what’s happening under the bonnet and on the inside. The US engine range will see a new 2.5-liter four-cylinder being introduced, while a third bench will maker rook for seven people, thanks to "a more accommodating and spacious design."

"The 2012 CR-V Concept strongly hints at the more dynamic and refined look of the upcoming model,"
commented John Mendel, executive vice president of sales for American Honda. "As the best-selling SUV in each of the past four years, the 2012 CR-V promises to build on its highly successful formula with even more style, innovative features and higher fuel economy."

The final production form will hit the market after the debut at the 2011 Los Angeles Auto Show, while the JDM model will arrive in December. European customers will get to enjoy their new crossovers in the fall of next year.
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