Honda N7X Concept shows a preview of the upcoming 7-seater (Toyota Rush rival)

Honda N7X Concept shows a preview of the upcoming 7-seater (Toyota Rush rival)


Honda has just presented the new N7X concept in Indonesia. A new 7-seater SUV based on the N7X concept will also be launched as a replacement for the current one BR-V. The 7-seater SUV based on the N7X will compete against Toyota Rush and Mitsubishi Xpander Cross. While that hasn’t been confirmed, Honda could launch the N7X in India as the discontinuation of the Brio-based crossover has definitely left a void in the local subsidiary’s product catalog. Here are some details and pictures of the Honda N7X Concept that you should check out.

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Honda has just presented the new N7X concept in Indonesia. A new 7-seater SUV based on the N7X concept will also be launched as a replacement for the current one BR-V. The 7-seater SUV based on the N7X will compete against Toyota Rush and Mitsubishi Xpander Cross. While that hasn’t been confirmed, Honda could launch the N7X in India as the discontinuation of the Brio-based crossover has definitely left a void in the local subsidiary’s product catalog. Here are some details and pictures of the Honda N7X Concept that you should check out.

Honda N7x Concept Front three quarters image 2The SUV presented by the Honda N7X concept is based on the current Honda City generation

The Honda N7X concept incorporates a familiar Honda design language already found on New City, HR-V and CR-V. The front end has a multi-lamella chrome grille flanked by slim Wraround headlights. There is also a dual LED DRL setup with one LED DRL setup in the headlight cluster while the second is positioned below it. The bumper has a wide air dam, brushed aluminum inserts and an artificial underrun protection plate. The N7X concept features a strong beltline that runs the length of the SUV. The slightly flared wheel arches are given a black plastic cladding for a tough look, while the wheels are silver multi-spoke units. The rear of the N7X concept has horizontally placed taillights with LED elements. To be honest, the SUV looks pretty much ready for series production and even has panels ready for series production.

Honda hasn’t revealed the interior of the N7X concept, but it is expected to be largely similar to the current city’s cabin. The SUV is offered in both 6- and 7-seater versions, with several seats in the middle for the former. Honda claims the new N7X was designed and developed with consumers in various markets including Indonesia in mind. The Janese automaker states that the N7X combines the best of MPVs and SUVs to handle various road conditions without compromising on comfort and space.

Honda N7x Concept side profile picturesWhen the Honda N7X hits the market here, it will face Hyundai Alcazar and MG Hector +.

Based on the current Honda City, the production version of the Honda N7X concept will most likely be powered by the same 1.5 liter petrol engine that produces 123 hp and 145 Nm of peak power and torque. The automaker can also offer the 1-liter turbo gasoline engine, which achieves peak outputs and torques of 123 hp and 175 Nm. Transmission options include a 6-speed manual transmission and a CVT automatic.



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