Official images of the European-spec Honda CR-V have been released ahead of the Geneva Show

First pictures have been revealed of the European-spec Honda CR-V, ahead of its debut at the Geneva Motor Show. Honda’s new compact SUV will go on sale in the UK in September.
As you can see from these pictures, the new car remains largely unchanged from the US version, revealed at the LA Motor Showlate last year. However, it’s likely that the steering and suspension settings will be tweaked for the UK.
The new CR-V gets a mildly revised body that’s shorter and lower than the car it replaces. Despite this, Honda claims there is more space inside, as the windscreen has been moved forward and the floor lowered.
Honda has shaved weight from the CR-V, and along with improved aerodynamics, more efficient electric power steering and taller gearing, the car is expected to be more economical and have lower emissions.
The new CR-V is expected to get updated versions of the current engine range. This includes a 2.0-litre i-VTEC petrol and 2.2-litre i-DTEC diesel, with the latter returning around 45mpg. There are currently no plans for a hybrid version.
Variable four-wheel drive is carried over from the current car. This is capable of sending up to 100 per cent of the power to the front or rear wheels, depending on which ones have the most grip.
More details will be announced when the car is launched at the Geneva Motor Show.
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