Like several other manufacturers, Honda was planning to debut the new edition e of its most successful vehicles, the CR-V sport utility vehicle, at the Los Angeles Auto Show in November. Instead, the 2012 edition was unveiled accidentally or accidentally on purse in automaker's Japanese-language website.
If the images are correct, the new CR-V features a more prominent grille and more pointed windows and more steeply angled rear lines.
The CR-V will also reportedly features a new platform with more interior space but a slightly lighter vehicle. The CR-V will include a new 2.5-liter inline-four-cylinder with 201 horsepower.
The 2012 edition is featured in the blue image; the red image is the concept.