Honda Teases WR-V Petit Crossover for Latin America

It looks like a Jazz that’s been raised on stilts and whose aggression knob has been turned to 11

Honda is strengthening its range of crossovers with its smallest model to date, the WR-V, short for “Winsome Runabout Vehicle.” It looks like it’s the same size as a Jazz / Fit, yet features styling cues from newer models like the Civic and HR-V - it undoubtedly shares the city car’s platform too.

All we have to go on so far is the one stylized teaser shot, but it’s enough to highlight the fact that the WR-V is the most flamboyant Honda high-rider to date.

It is believed the model will be mostly aimed at Latin American markets where demand for pint-sized crossovers is on the upswing. Honda will debut it in the metal at the Sao Paulo motor show set to take place at the middle of November.

We don’t know if Honda will show the production version or a study, though, nor do we know when the WR-V will enter production and reach showrooms.

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