Last month, Honda unveiled the new 2022 HR-V for the European market. We’re still waiting for Honda to show America’s next-generation HR-V, which will be designed specifically for the US market. The US version will be larger, but we’re hoping it will still look as sleek as its European sibling. It’s not only the exterior that has been redesigned, however.
Honda claims the cabin offers “levels of comfort and practicality unrivaled in the sub-compact SUV segment,” with more rear legroom, improved visibility, and extra shoulder space. Now, Honda has revealed new details about the redesigned interior that make it one of the most comfortable cabins in its class.
One of the cabin’s most innovative comfort features is a unique Air Diffusion System that “introduces a new concept of air conditioning” with L-shaped vents at the top corners of the dashboard delivering “the restorative effects of a natural breeze to all occupants.” It’s a subtle effect, but it improves passenger comfort significantly.