Honda’s lightly facelifted 2015 CR-V, spied testing in recent months, has surfaced online this week in the American press.
Leaked ahead of its official debut at next month’s Paris Motor Show, this new image offers the first undisguised look at the revised SUV.
As expected, the still-new midsizer has been given a moderate makeover to bring it more in-line with Honda’s latest line-up.
Focusing on the front end, the refreshed CR-V’s changes include new twin louvres sitting above a shallow mesh grille.
The new design is framed by a chrome garnish along the grille’s bottom edge, extending to updated headlights that now feature a wrap-around LED lamps.
The update is rounded out by a re-styled front bumper that adds new chrome fog-light frames and a more prominent skid plate.
New allow wheel designs round out the changes visible in this image, although updates to the rear - out of view for now - may also feature.
The interior of the refreshed CR-V has also yet tobe revealed, although we canlikely expect revised materials and new trim options.
Honda’s new Display Audio system will likely also star, joining the CR-V after debuting with the new Odyssey and the coming Jazz.
The current CR-V’s 2.0 and 2.4 litre petrol and 2.2 litre turbodiesel engines are likely to carry over into the updated range.
Watch for more details to come with the 2015 CR-V's Paris unveiling.