2013 Honda Crosstour concept debuts in New York
Honda has introduced last week at the New York Auto Show the 2013 Crosstour concept which previews the production version of the next-gen model. It adopts a similar styling with that big front grille, plastic body cladding and the sporty front bumper. The concept also features a revised tailgate, a bulging hood and it rides on 19-inch alloys.
The production version of the Crosstour is scheduled to go on sale this fall and it is going to be available with a choice of two engines. The first one is a 4-cylinder, 2.4-liter that produces 192 hp (195 PS /143 kW) and an updated V6 3.5-liter that Honda says it has been reengineered and it’s also more powerful.
The car is going to be available with a Forward Collision Warning system, a Lane Departure Warning system and also a LaneWatch blind spot monitoring system. The 2013 Honda Crosstour can also feature Pandora internet radio interface, a navigation system as well as a useful SMS text-to-speech function.
No word at the moment about the price tag of the production version.
Source: Honda via WCF