The Evelate is a mid-size SUV which will fight Hyundai Creta, Kia Seltos, Maruti Grand Vitara and MG Astor
The front design is square-like and upright. A big rectangular grille with a chrome lip displays a sizable Honda logo. front bumper. The overall look is a bit plain but handsome, still.
The rear of the Honda Elevate is bold and includes LED taillamps, a chunky rear bumper with a silver finish on the lower part, a rear wiper and washer, and a small rear spoiler. Handsome but not too dramatic or flashy.
The vehicle features LED headlamps with a twin-beam setup and a thick LED daytime running light (DRL) on top at the front, You can see that a lot of the grille is actually closed off.
At the rear, the Honda Elevate mid-size SUV has boomerang-styled LED taillamps, but the reverse light and indicators still use a halogen setup.
The interior of the Elevate has premium-looking dual-tone design with a tan and black theme. A large infotainment screen on the dash. The dashboard is finished in soft-touch leather, and a touch of wood is also present in the dash.
The vehicle comes with a 10.25-inch touchscreen infotainment system with Android Auto and Apple Carplay connectivity
The Honda Elevate SUV has large and comfy front seats with tan leather seat covers, and the rear seats are equally comfortable and finished in the same leather.
The Honda Elevate will also include the Honda Lanewatch system, which is activated when the left indicator is used. This system uses a camera at the left wing mirror to project the view of oncoming traffic on the infotainment system.
The Honda Elevate features a large boot space, with a capacity of 458 liters.