2021 Honda BR-V, Codenamed N7X SUV

Honda Cars released the second generation BR-V SUV, designated N7X, globally on Tuesday (September 21). The Honda BR-V features a fully revamped exterior as well as a number of innovative technologies.

Honda first created a concept vehicle named the New 7 Seater eXcitement (N7X) to get feedback from customers on the concept that would eventually become the second generation of Honda BR-V.

Honda SENSINGTM, Honda LaneWatch, Remote Engine Start, Walk-Away Auto Lock, and Smart Entry System are all standards on the Honda BR-V in Indonesia.

A newly designed LED headlamp with an LED Daytime Running Light that blends with the front grille is featured on the BR-V. The Honda BR-rear V’s end features a newly designed rear combi-lamp with LED light bars that is also designed to blend in with the body lines.

For driver and passenger comfort, a 7-inch touchscreen displays music with multiple functionalities such as Smartphone Connection and a Hands-Free Telephone.

The Honda BR-V is powered by a 1.5-liter DOHC i-VTEC engine that produces 121 horsepower at 6,600 rpm and 145 Nm at 4,300 pm.

A new CVT transmission system complements the engine.

The Honda BR-V also has innovative technologies like Remote Engine Start, which starts the engine and air conditioning automatically before you get in the car.

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