Honda has unveiled the all new three-row 7-seater N7X concept in Indonesia is expected to replace the Honda BR-V in the Indonesian car market and is more or less ready for production.
The Honda N7X concept gets the styling similar to that of Honda designs cues seen on the fifth-gen Honda City, the HR-v and the CR-V. The new Honda 7-seater N7X concept gets LED DRLs, slim wraparound LED headlamps, multi-slated chrome laden grille and massive chrome crossbar along with the aluminium inserts that gives it a SUV-like look.
Speaking of the interiors of the N7X concept, it seems similar to that of the Honda Amaze and is expected to be bigger and more spacious. The new N7X concept of Honda offers the same looks similar to a larger three-row of Honda such as the Honda CR-V and also gets LED elements on the taillamps similar to that of the Honda City.
Though we don’t know much about the engine and transmission of the Honda’s new N7X concept but it is expected to get a 1.5-litre naturally aspirated petrol engine paired either with a 6-speed manual gearbox or a CVT gearbox in order to generate a power of 121bhp against a torque of 145Nm.
As the concept revealed looks production ready, the launch of the same is expected in this year itself. As of now there is no confirmation from Honda India of this 7-seater product to come in the Indian car market, however this new model will be replacing the Honda BR-V and will go for sale in Indonesia.