Honda WR-V is a South America-only affair


Following a teaser campaign, Honda has officially revealed its smallest SUV to date – the WR-V, which makes its premiere at the Sao Paulo Motor Show in Brazil. Reaffirming the importance of the South American market for the automaker, CEO Takahiro Hachigo announced the model has been developed especially for the continent and will go on sale next year.

Aimed against the Ford EcoSport and Renault Duster, the model is based on the Fit, but features a unique styling dominated by the large headlights with incorporated LED daylight running lights. A chromed hexagonal front grille is surrounded by additional small air intakes in the bumper and round fog lamps to complete the face. At the back, we see familiar shapes, highlighted by L-shaped taillights and sporty diffuser in the bumper.

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