Prior to its international premiere, which is planned to take place on June 6 in India,
Honda continues to test the mid-size SUV Elevate both domestically and overseas.
A second, lightly camouflaged test mule of the type is shown in recent spy photos of the subject taken in Japan.
The new Honda Elevate will receive the following features, as seen in the spy photos here:
a rear wiper and washer, an integrated spoiler, rear bumper-mounted reflectors, a tailgate-mounted
number plate holder, a 360-degree camera (visible from the bulge on the ORVMs),
new multi-spoke alloy wheels in a blacked-out finish, and front door-mounted ORVMs.
The two-piece LED tail lights, which are evocative of the now-discontinued WR-V, are also discernible.
Elsewhere, the 2023 Honda Elevate will get an electric sunroof, roof rails, LED light bars at the front and rear
a shark-fin antenna, and a large touchscreen infotainment system.
We also expect features like ADAS, cruise control, automatic climate control, Apple CarPlay
Android Auto connectivity, LED DRLs, and fog lights to be offered with the model at launch.
Details regarding the powertrain options of the upcoming Honda Elevate remain unknown at the moment.
The mid-size SUV could borrow its engines from the updated City range, which include a 1.5-litre petrol engine