Published on November 10th, 2015 | by Daniel Sherman Fernandez0
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This CR-V carries a more European flavour in its design. The position of the windscreen has been brought forward by 60 mm. As a result, the size of the engine compartment has been reduced. This new CR-V takes on a more aggressive and aerodynamic stance with deeper sculpting of the bodylines and a bolder nose section. The front bumper’s smooth, flowing lines are joined by a horizontal three-bar grille and deep-set headlights. The lower front bumper is designed to convey SUV capability with a generous approach angle. The signature vertical rear brake lights, which have featured on every generation of Honda CR-V, remain but the fourth generation introduces a more three-dimensional style. The CR-V’s large wheels and bold wheel-arches further emphasise its dynamic presence and capability.