2012 Honda CR-V Showcased at Orange County International Auto Show

Honda has been focusing on developing and launching better fuel efficient cars that not only cut down the consumption of gas but also provide better and greener environment. Recently, Honda decided to launch their all new 2012 Honda CR-V Concept which was made public for the very first time at the Orange County International Auto Show in Anaheim, California. This would be the fourth generation of the Honda CR-V and it is estimated that the car will be available for sale in the United States somewhere in December after the car is shown at the Los Angeles Auto Show in November.

John Mendel, Executive Vice President of Sales for American Honda said that this concept car strongly points towards the dynamic and refined look of the models that are going to come in the future. He also added that Honda CR-V has always come up as the best selling SUV in the past, but the 2012 is even more stylish and loaded with innovative features and above all it has higher fuel economy. The overall looks of the new 2012 Honda CR-V Concept is very aggressive and it will definitely appeal to the consumers who are looking for fresh design and some interesting features.

The front bumper of the car will have horizontal three bar grille and multi-reflector headlights which adds to the overall design. However, Honda has kept the signature vertical rear tail lights adding three dimensional style to it. However, to make the car more fuel efficient, Honda has added the latest fuel efficient engine to it and also reduced the overall weight of the car.

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Published on: September 23, 2011

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