The 2013 Honda CRV was redesignated to meet the global market. Especially for Europe, the latest model has a number of interior improvements that were developed specifically for the market there. From revamp the bumper to provide a dynamic appeal, as well as front LED daytime and rear LED lights are a stylish addition to the other.
And then, the position of the windscreen to be 60mm (measured from the bottom of the windscreen) to the entire length of the car. Thus, the size of the engine compartment has been reduced. Nakagawa added: “At Honda, every project leader pursues our man-maximum, machine-minimum philosophy. It is always our goal to reduce the size of the mechanical parts in order to provide more space for the occupants. It is a big challenge for our engineering and production teams, but one that we must take on.”
The settings position of the windscreen and bonnet design has provided a benefit. Broad muzzle car can not be seen from the driver’s seat that has been reduced to enhance visibility and create a Honda CRV for performing maneuvers easier. Increase of 10mm in height adjustment of the steering wheel and seats also make sure the room is spacious for the driver to achieve an ideal driving position.
The concept of interior design at the 2013 Honda CRV is very maximum, and and machine-minimum philosophy. As revealed by Takehiro Ishibashi, as an interior designer, said: “The first thing that we wanted to achieve with the interior design was a feeling of openness. I wanted to communicate the feeling you get when you stand on top of a mountain, looking down on the valley and seeing a panorama of the landscape. It’s a feeling of freedom, space and timelessness.” Nakagawa says: “There are a number of horizontal layers which help emphasise the feeling of space. We call this ‘lean-layered’ design. By arranging the major functions in a series of layers, you create an ergonomically-efficient environment that is very intuitive.”
At the bottom of the engine 2013 Honda CRV, consumers can find a 2.0-liter i-VTEC gasoline machine or 2.2-liter i-DTEC diesel engines. Both the development of machines that are found in the third generation CRV but both have been redesigned with a focus on reducing CO2 emissions. Nakagawa said: “We have placed a key emphasis on applying new technologies to reduce the friction in the engines and improve their efficiency.”
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