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Honda unveils the Honda N7X a 7-seater concept car. The new three-column idea from Honda was unveiled in Indonesia and is promoted as a swap for the BR-V. While the vehicle appears in idea structure, it looks pretty much creation prepared.
For the styling of the N7X, it gets comfortable Honda configuration signals that are seen on the newer Honda City, as of late revealed HR-V and the greater CR-V SUVs. The new Honda N7X idea gets an upstanding nose with a clamshell cap and a multi-brace chrome loaded grille that is surrounded by thin wraparound headlamps. There is a conspicuous Honda logo that takes centerstage and the idea gets a double LED DRL arrangement.
As for the side profile, it gets a huge glasshouse that tightens at the back and a shoulder line that goes marginally vertically. There is a well-defined character line that stumbles into its side, beginning from the headlamp and almost converging with the evenly positioned wraparound taillights. The wheel curves get the dark protective cover that stumbles into the vehicle, adding to its rough appearance. Generally, the vibe of the N7X idea is the same as bigger three-line Honda contributions like the CR-V. At the back, the N7X idea gets signature LED components on the tail lights very much like the Honda City.
As for the powertrain, as the N7X in its production form, it will go on sale in Indonesia first and is expected to come with a 1.5-litre petrol engine mated to either a manual or a CVT automatic gearbox
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