1 / 7 When will Honda Power Vehicles start to roll out the Power V and Power R, as well as new Power and V-R models?
That’s a question that has been hanging over the new-look Civic Type R for months, with the first vehicle expected to start to show up in the US at the end of March.
While the Japanese manufacturer hasn’t given any official date for the new cars, there’s no doubt that they’ll hit the market around the time that it’s expected that the Toyota Prius V will make its debut in the United States.
Honda’s first major crossover car will likely be the PowerV, which has been designed to offer the most powerful, quickest, most fuel-efficient version of the Civic since the previous generation of the crossover.
The new PowerV is likely to be a new model in Honda’s lineup, with a range of up to 160 miles per gallon.
That’s not much of a leap from the current Civic Type RA, which is capable of up with 120 miles per hour.
The PowerV will also feature a new, sportier steering wheel, and new, larger brakes, which will likely help the car keep up with other sporty SUVs like the Hyundai Sonata, Nissan Sentra, and Chevrolet Trax.HONDA POWER V POWER R POWER V-CUP Power V Power R-R Power V POWER V CRUISE __________________________________________________