The next-generation of the Honda CR-V has been spotted testing once again ahead of its debut in 2017.
The new CR-V was spotted testing alongside a current-generation CR-V and the next-gen SUV does look bigger than the model that it will be replacing as Honda aims to make it larger and a more premium product.
Design wise, the new CR-V does look a bit different from the current SUV on the roads. The front looks like its just been refreshed and the biggest change is the front bumper which features a small air dam and much smaller fog lamps.
Also new is the addition of a sunroof above the driver and front passenger. At the rear, the changes are quite more visible as the vertically stacked taillights has made way for a more conventional but angular set of lights which are laid out horizontally.
The interiors of the new CR-V will borrow quite heavily from the HR-V crossover and Honda is expected to offer the new SUV with enough space inside for seven people which does explain the increase in size. The new CR-V is also expected to borrow the 1.6-litre petrol and 1.5-litre diesel engines from the HR-V crossover as well.