The Honda CR-V has been on the market for a few years so the company is preparing a minor facelift for the popular crossover.
Recently caught undergoing testing in Europe, the facelifted CR-V has a familiar design but adopts a new front bumper, a revised grille and restyled fog lights. The subtle styling changes continue out back as there's a modified rear bumper and repositioned reflectors. The head- and taillights have also been camouflaged but it remains unclear if they will see any styling tweaks.
Engine options will likely carryover so expect to see a variety of familiar four-cylinder petrol and diesel units.
The facelifted CR-V is expected to be introduced sometime next year as a 2016 model.