The Honda HR-V is one of the carmaker’s older models that has seen its next-generation successor arrive. Meanwhile, the current generation of the crossover has been on the United States market since 2013, the latest model (MY 2022) is merely a pushover from the previous model year (MY 2021). But that will soon change for the 2023 model year, with Honda essentially confirming the arrival of the next-gen H-RV with a duo of teaser images.
Two Versions Of HR-V: Global And US
Honda first introduced the first generation of the HR-V – which stands for “Hi-rider Revolutionary Vehicle” – in 1998 in boxy configuration. Honda discontinued the first-gen HR-V in 2006, and stayed that way until around seven years. The Japanese carmaker introduced the second generation of the crossover in 2013, both in the United States and other global markets.