Three-row Honda BR-V shares its platform and engines with the City, and also gets the Honda Sensing technology.

Honda has finally taken the wraps off the all-new, three-row BR-V after a few delays.

The new BR-V goes on sale in Indonesia first, followed by other markets. The BR-V was first previewed as the Honda N7X concept earlier this year.

– New BR-V shares its underpinnings with the City

The design details are more or less the same as the concept which include an upright nose, a large greenhouse, long-ish wheelbase and a rounded rear.

The BR-V gets slightly altered headlamp units with integrated daytime running lamps, a simpler front bumper design with conventional round fog lamps and a milder front chin with faux brush aluminum finish

Honda has confirmed that the BR-V will come with the same infotainment system as the one seen on the City.

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