The Honda HRV Crossover Fit is the next big thing coming from the Japanese carmaker but nobody understands what the vehicle actually is. For Honda however, the car is a product that combines the best treats from the HR-V and the Fit, while also being a coupe.
If anyone is to view the concept image of the HRV Crossover Fit, the hatchback only has two-doors to offer but in fact, there are actually four-doors with the vehicle. Honda has designed the HRV Crossover Fit in a manner which hides its two rear doors.
Furthermore, the Japanese carmaker intends to make the Crossover Fit appear like a coupe instead of a normal hatchback or a mini-SUV. Honda will look to achieve this by utilizing a sloping roofline for an overall bullet-styled structure. However, this sacrifices the comfort of the rear passengers by a small margin.
In detail, the curved rood cuts out a percentage of the headroom. On the upside of things, Honda manage to keep the leg room in the same measurements as the original Honda Fit but this comes at the cost of downsizing the cargo boot.
Regardless, the Honda HRV Crossover Fit does look like a nice city vehicle to own. The hatchback is said to come with CVT transmission while also retailing at around the $16,000 mark.