Honda has started the production of WR-V crossover in India at its Tapukara manufacturing facility in Rajasthan. But the automaker yet to launch the new model in the country. However, Honda Brazil has officially revealed the technical details of the India-bound crossover.
The Honda WR-V is based on the underpinnings of Jazz (Honda Fit in Brazil). The exterior design of the WR-V is different from all the other Honda models. For example, at the front, it features stylish headlamps and chrome grille.
The new crossover from Honda rides on bigger rims than the Jazz and has roof rails. The company has also tweaked the suspension to increase the height by 50mm and the ground clearance now stands at 190mm.
Inside, the model features dual tone fabric upholstery with brown stitching and fabric door cards. The boot capacity remains the same as the Jazz, which is 363 litre.
Powering the WR-V Crossover is a 1.5-litre i-VTEC four-cylinder engine mated to an Earthdreams CVT. The engine produces 116bhp of power and 150Nm of torque.