New Honda Elevate launches from Indian factories to global markets

The new Honda Elevate has embarked on a noteworthy journey, starting as an innovative concept at the brand’s research and development center in Thailand, then moving to specialized factories in the Rajasthan region of India, and finally reaching car showrooms and markets worldwide, ready to compete in the highly diverse SUV segment.

More Rigidity in Structure

The exterior design of the Honda Elevate is characterized by boldness and a robust appearance. The brand has moved away from curves and opted for sharp lines. The long front end, ending with a massive grille surrounded by a chrome strip connecting the headlights, is notable. The rear end appears traditional with L-shaped LED lights.

The Honda Elevate belongs to the medium-sized SUV category, with a length of 4312 mm, a width of 1790 mm, and a height of 1650 mm. It is based on a 2650 mm wheelbase.

Interior Space

Honda’s efforts to create a high-level interior space for the Elevate cannot be denied. The seats are upholstered in brown saddle-grade leather, with trimmings of artificial wood throughout the cabin. It features a 7.0-inch settings display screen and a vertically mounted 10.25-inch infotainment screen.


In terms of technological features, the Honda Elevate includes an electric sunroof, a wireless smartphone charging pad, rear seat air conditioning vents. It is worth mentioning that this SUV model does not come equipped with all driver-assistance systems but rather features the Honda Sensing suite and six airbags for safety purposes.

Performance of the Honda Elevate

While various brands rush to introduce environmentally friendly versions with multiple engine options, Honda has decided to stick to the traditional 1.5-liter gasoline engine in the Elevate model. It generates a power of 119 horsepower and a torque of 145 Nm. The power is transmitted to the front wheels through a 6-speed manual transmission or a 7-speed CVT transmission. Honda has confirmed that it will not leave the model without a full electric option in the near future.

The prices of the new Honda Elevate are scheduled to be announced in July, along with the start of accepting purchase orders. You can find detailed information and specifications of the new vehicles from the Japanese Honda brand here.

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