Although it seems like the all-new Honda CR-V made its debut fairly recently, it appears that Honda is taking a more proactive route with its refresh.
That's because this is now the SECOND time a developmental CR-V has been seen undergoing testing.
As noted in our previous story, it is sporting a more aggressive look and in these shots it's clear that the wheels that have that "turbine" look are not slapped on a plug-in hybrid.
I am thinking this has the potential to be the best looking CR-V, possibly ever, from what can be seen through the rather weak camouflage. Even better, if you click "Read Article" below, you'll get a first glimpse at the CR-V's updated interior.
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The 2015 Honda CR-V facelift looks set to involve more than just styling tweaks, with our spy photographers recently catching the fourth-generation compact SUV testing in California’s aptly named Death Valley...
...As these pictures of the early prototype show, the visual side of this refresh currently appears to focus on the front and rear ends, leaving the sides unchanged. Although the bonnet also seems to have been carried over, the dark camouflage clearly conceals a smaller grille and narrower headlights. This will see the 2016 model year CR-V feature fewer horizontal vents, resulting in a less bulky nose and more clearly defined front bumper lines...