The Japanese based automaker Honda has previewed the fourth generation of the CR-V on its official website, after the concept version was revealed just a month ago, and it seems that the new SUV will debut at the Los Angeles Auto Show next month.
There’s no official info on the fourth generation of the CR-V but its seems that the SUV is keeping most of the styling seen on the concept, even if the front bumper is different and so are the wheels. On the inside the new larger screen which is housing the navigation and audio system is the first thing that catches our eyes, along with the sizeable speedo and the analogue clock.
Sadly we don’t have more details on the fourth generation of the CR-V but Honda will place it in the spotlights at the 2011 Los Angeles Auto Show, which will officially open its gates on the 18th of November.
As a reminder, the Honda CRV has debuted back in 1995 and it was replaced in 2001 by the second generation, which remained in production until 2007, when the RE1 – RE5 and RE7 were assembled in Indonesia, US, Mexico, Taiwan, Japan, England, Vietnam, China and Thailand.