Honda BR-V (Thai-spec) detailed in video, to come in 5- and 7-seat models – Report
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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.
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.
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 has foldable and tumble-type 60:40 split seats.
Honda BR-V – Video