Sneak peek: Rugged 2023 Honda CR-V teased ahead of summer launch

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The Honda CR-V is toughening up.Honda has released the first images of the all-new version of its best-selling model that’s set be unveiled this summer.The photos reveal a design that features a grille that’s larger and more upright than the current CR-V’s and similar to the one on the Honda Ridgeline pickup.Honda described the model as “rugged” and confirmed that a hybrid version will continue to be available, but with a new powertrain that provides improved performance and capability.
The 2023 Honda CR-V features more rugged styling than the current model.
(Honda)Honda recently announced a new off-road focused TrailSport trim that it will offer across its lineup in the coming years, starting with the Passport SUV, but didn’t specifically mention it in the CR-V release.
The 2023 Honda CR-V will be available with a new hybrid powertrain.
(Honda)The CR-V was the second-best-selling vehicle that isn’t a pickup in 2021, behind the Toyota Rav4, with 361,271 deliveries during the year.
The current Honda CR-V is the brand’s best-sellling vehicle.
(Honda)CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APPPricing for the new CR-V will be available closer to when it goes on sale, but the 2022 version starts at $28,045.

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