2015 Honda CR-V Facelift Photo Leaks Out

A leaked photo gives a sneak peek at the refreshed 2015 Honda CR-V ahead of the SUV’s official debut, which could take place as early as next month at the Paris auto show.

There’s only one image of the car and we believe it shows the North American version because of the orange turning signals in the redesigned headlamps that appear to have LED units.

The bumper is also new featuring redesigned fog lamps with chrome trim surrounds, while other visible changes on this car include the mirrors with integrated turning signals and new alloy wheels.

Previous spy shots suggest that the CR-V will also get new tail lamps graphics and some revisions to the interior.

Photo via Worldcarfans

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  • mccarluvr123

    Still not the best looking thing in its class, but it’s definitely an improvement. I’m glad Honda is making efforts to improve its designs.

  • Dan

    One of the ugliest car out there. What were they thinking? What happened to japanese automotive design? They went full weird… Just sad, man They were much better in the 90s when they used to copy german/euro design…

    • PedJun

      Copy german/euro design? Tell me what cars did they used as a model to copy for the Civic EG (91-95), the Integra or the Prelude…

    • dumblikeyou2

      I don’t think they copied German design (and really, it was/is only Germany, not all of Europe).
      Japan had a unique styling direction unto itself during the 80s and 90s. Germany still produced cars with chiseled edges, and Japan had jellybean smoothness.

    • Darren Tate

      Yes, Honda/Acura and Toyota/Lexus styling was much better in the ’80s and ’90s. I find today’s designs to be too busy and not very cohesive. It’s almost as if the designers forget to take a step back and look at the vehicle as a whole. And the front-ends of Hondas nowadays or almost consistently ugly.

  • Ken Lyns

    Wonder how much of the CUV-buying populace will fail to notice the facelift altogether…

  • MarketAndChurch

    It certainly looks better then ever. I would say a strong contender for “best in class,” certainly over the Rav4 and Hyundai’s offering. But the Nissan Rogue isn’t so bad either, and there’s also the solid VW offering with the Tiguan, but that’s a rather forgettable nameplate. There’s some strong Ford Escape and previous-generation BMW X6 influences in here, which isn’t a bad thing, since both of those are pretty decent looking vehicles. Finally a Honda I can speak positively about, I hope Honda keeps that up.

  • plasticman

    i love it. one of the coolest crossovers out there and much cooler than rdx

  • sjinsjca

    Still looks like Brando’s Godfather, with the cotton balls stuffed in its cheeks. Not quite as disproportioned as their Crosstour, and not quite as nauseating as Lexus’ “spindle grille”. But still graceless and nasty.