Honda BR-V (Thai-spec) detailed in video, to come in 5- and 7-seat models – Report

Posted on: Dec 15, 2015 - 1:08pm IST

Went on sale in Indonesia, its first market, this month.

The Thailand-specification Honda BR-V has been detailed in a new video that has been released by Honda Automobile (Thailand) Co., Ltd. The crossover is slated for launch in the country next year.

Honda BR-V Thailand official video
The Honda BR-V will be launched in Thailand in early-2016 and in India by mid-2016.

The video details the car’s exterior, interior, seating arrangements (as a five- and a seven-seater) and the versatile boot capacity. The styling of the BR-V is reminiscent of the Honda Mobilio, which shares platforms, while the dashboard and cabin theme is similar to the Honda Jazz’s and the Honda City’s.

Honda BR-V rear seat folded Prototype
The Honda BR-VĀ is based on the Brio/Amaze platform.

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The salient features of the BR-V include a touchscreen infotainment system, a triple-binnacle instrument cluster, a multifunction steering wheel, automatic climate control system, and a 50:50 split-folding type third row seat (in the seven-seat variant) that has a single-piece bench that can be tumbled forward for extra cargo space, while the second row hasĀ foldable and tumble-type 60:40 split seats.

Honda BR-V – Video

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Honda BR-V – Image Gallery

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