The Crossover will take on the Ecosport and the Vitara Brezza head on!

Honda will be launching the Jazz based Crossover WR-V soon in India. The vehicle was spotted a number of times being tested and also in some spyshots where it was seen arriving at some dealerships. However, until now no details of the interiors were revealed. Recently Team-BHP was able to get their hands on some interior shots of the soon to be launched Crossover which reveals quite a number of details about the interior as well as the list of equipment which you can expect from the upcoming Crossover.

As you can clearly see from the spyshots the WR-V will get a completely blacked-out dashboard. The steering wheel, as well as the instrument cluster too, has been shared with the hatchback. While the list of equipment which you can expect in the WR-V Crossover includes a sunroof which will definitely be available with the top end trims, the rest of the interior equipment includes push button start, new touchscreen infotainment system which is also shared with the recently introduced facelift City sedan. This will also be a 5-Seater Crossover and the seats too have been taken from the Jazz hatchback as well.

If we talk about the exterior styling then surely the WR-V looks completely different from the Jazz hatchback. It gets completely different looking headlamps with integrated LED daytime running lamps, restyled front and rear bumpers and also different style wheels.

Honda WR-V Interior Revealed In New Spyshots Launch In March! Interior Spyshot
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Under the hood expect the WR-V Crossover to get the same 1.2 Litre petrol engine which is capable of producing about 90 Ps of peak power and 110 Nm of torque under the hood of the hatchback. The diesel variant, on the other hand, gets the 1.5 Litre diesel unit which is capable of producing about 100 Ps of peak power and 200 Nm of torque. While the petrol engine paired to a 5-speed manual gearbox, there is also an option of a CVT transmission with paddle shifters available as well. The diesel engine, on the other hand, is paired to a 6-speed manual gearbox.

Source: Team-BHP

Riju Ganguly
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