Honda CR-V the New 2013Posted on Tuesday, July 31st, 2012 in HONDA.
Honda CR-V comes with a new look and more stylish, fast growing segment with a practical size and excellent utility. New car from Honda was designed for use on the road, but with the SUV styling and quality customers expect from Honda products. Exterior designer Manabu Konaka explains: Honda CR-V cars always for any occasion. Can be casual and formal, but the aesthetics should always pass on violence and reliability. This car with a length and height reduced by 5 mm and 30 mm, respectively compared to the previous model, without compromising interior space, just one example of the new CR-V increased efficiency. said Konaka.
The new Model takes a more aggressive stance and aerodynamic with odylines and bolder nose section. The front Bumper of a smooth, flowing lines joined the three-bar grille and horizontal deep-set lights. CR-V signature vertical rear brake lights, which debuted on the original model, but still more style introduces three dimensions. Front lower bumper is designed to deliver the capabilities of an SUV with a generous approach.
Interior design concept for the new CR-V keeps the maximum, machine minimum philosophy. “The first thing we want to achieve with the interior design is the feeling of openness,” said Interior Designer, Takehiro Ishibashi. “I wanted to communicate the feeling you get when you stand at the top of the mountain, looking down at the Valley and see a panoramic view of the landscape.
Sound insulation materials have been applied to the passenger compartment under the floorpan, while sound absorption material has been fixed to the back door, rear wheelarches, sills, front bulkhead and Cap. Care has also been taken to achieve a significant reduction in the noise of the engine and the road enters the cabin. The door is also now features a double seal. The net result is a reduction of cabin noise compared to 3dB before Honda CR-V.
Honda CR-V using the buttons on the steering wheel operates the ACC system and allows the driver to select the speed and distance options of the vehicle in front. Using radar on the front grill, ACC monitor distance to the car in front and can apply for up to a quarter of the maximum braking force to maintain set speed and distance. If more braking is needed, the system provides a warning look and sound. It operates between speed of 30 and 180 km/h.