After months of waiting, the Indian subsidiary of the Japanese multinational automaker Honda has finally unveiled the much anticipated mid-size SUV the Elevate in India. This new model showcased to the world will be competing directly the segment champions like the Hyundai Creta, Kia Seltos, Maruti Suzuki Grand Vitara and Toyota Urban Cruiser Hyryder, and a ton of other SUVs in the mid-size segment. If you are one the people who are interested in knowing the details and highlights of the design and features of this SUV then you have stumbled upon the right place. Here is the in-depth image gallery of the newly introduced Honda Elevate.
The front of the Honda Elevate boasts a squarish upright stance. It looks extremely muscular and it is aggressive yet classy at the same time. The front features a massive rectangular grille with a chrome strip and a big Honda moniker in the center and middle respectively. It also gets two fog lamps encased in a matte black surround. Furthermore it also gets a silver skid plate on the bottom of the front bumper and the lower part of the bumper is covered in matte black cladding.
The Elevate is equally bold on the rear as well. The SUV gets a set of LED taillamps with a chunky rear bumper. It also gets a silver finish on the lower part of the bumper. The rear end design looks clean and no cluttering can be observed. It gets a rear wiper and washer along with a small rear spoiler.
As mentioned the Elevate at the front gets a set of LED headlamps with twin beam setup and a thick LED DRL on top.
Similarly at the rear the Elevate gets boomerang styled LED taillamps. It is to be noted that only the brake lights are LED meanwhile the reverse light and indicators still get halogen setup.
Moving on the the interior the Elevate gets a premium looking dual tone interior with tan and black theme. This upmarket interior is highlighted by the simple yet functional dashboard design which includes a massive infotainment screen at the centre with automatic climate control system. The dashboard is finished in soft touch leather and a wooden piece between the layers of dashboard looks very premium.
Honda Elevate’s 10.25-inch touchscreen infotainment system. This system will come with Android Auto and Apple Carplay connectivity.
The Honda Elevate will get large and comfy front seats with tan leather seat covers.
The rear seats will be equally comfortable and will be finished in the same leather as the front seat.
The Honda Elevate will also get the Honda Lanewatch system which gets activated when the left indicator is used. The camera at the left wing mirror projects the view of the oncoming traffic on the infotainment system to avoid any accident caused due to blind spots.
Honda Elevate will also get a wireless charger on center of the dashboard.
The Honda Elevate will feature a massive 458 litres of boot space.