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News Leaked Images Reveal the All-New 2023 Honda CR-V

Leaked Images Reveal the All-New 2023 Honda CR-V

Honda’s best-selling CR-V has been fully yet unofficially revealed


  • Patent drawings of the new CR-V were discovered back in February.

  • The new 2023 CR-V will be built in Canada.


This has happened many times in the past. Images of new products find their way on the web after being shared with China’s Ministry of Industry and Information Technology. This time, we have pictures of the all-new 2023 Honda CR-V well ahead of its official reveal.

Patent Drawings Show what the 2023 Honda CR-V Could Look Like

Truth be told, the all-new CR-V’s styling has been anything but a mystery for months. Plenty of spy shots have circulated online and back in February, patent drawings of the new 2023 CR-V were discovered.

The images, as shared by Motor1, show two different models of the CR-V however you wouldn’t know it unless paying special attention to the badging on the rear. One of them is an AWD version while the other is a FWD with seating for seven.

The new CR-V’s dimensions are as follows: 4,703 millimeters (185.1 inches) long, 1,866 mm (73.4 in) wide, and 1,690 mm (66.5 in) tall. The current CR-V is 4,626 millimeters long, 1,855 mm wide, and 1,689 mm tall.

An official reveal is not expected for a few months however we already know that the all-new 2023 Honda CR-V will be assembled in Canada, at Honda’s Alliston Plant 2.

The All-New 2023 CR-V and CR-V Hybrid Will be Built in Canada

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Trained as an Automotive Technician, Matt has two decades of automotive journalism under his belt. He’s done TV, radio, print and this thing called the internet. He’s an avid collector of many 4-wheeled things, all of them under 1,500 kg, holds a recently expired racing license and is a father of two. Life is beautiful. Send Matt an emai

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