2012 Honda CR-V Spied Ahead Of LA Auto Show Launch

Mike Stevens | Nov 14, 2011

Honda's all-new 2012 CR-V has been spied without a shred of camouflage, following a handful of revealing images that surfaced online last week.

With an official unveiling set for this week's LA Auto Show, there is now little left unseen for the new SUV, which debuted a near production-ready concept earlier this year.

The images also offer a daylight view of the new CR-V's dash, revealing an uncomplicated, minimalist layout and a large centre touchscreen.

Technical details have yet to be revealed - although Honda says power will be provided by "a more fuel-efficient" engine, with fuel consumption helped by a lighter kerb weight.

Watch for the 2012 CR-V to make its global debut at next month's Los Angeles Auto Show.

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  • Paddy says,
    4 years ago
    Haha. Hope Honda's finally gotten the message that the century-old 2.4 litre is out of the game! Took several cars through essentially the same test drive (a pretty demanding one) and the 2011 CRV scored worse than a 5L V8 Rangie averaging 13.3l/100km More fuel-efficient please, unless you're willing to give CRV somewhat decent off-road and towing capability
  • Grumps
    Grumps says,
    4 years ago
    That really is an ugly vehicle. From the C-pillar back it is hideous.

    Looks like only old fogies will continue to buy it.
  • super matthew
    Super Mattthew says,
    4 years ago
    Looks fine to me. It may not be super attractive, but I don't know how "hideous" could really apply. Still, we humans do love to exaggerate for effect.
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