Indonesia is among Honda’s biggest car markets and the Japanese automaker has made that apparent with its wide line-up of cars at the ongoing Indonesia Auto Show. Besides the new Jazz, the City and the Mobilio, Honda is also showcasing the BR-V crossover and the Brio facelift.
The Brio facelift comes with a lot of refreshed exterior bits such as new grille, front and rear bumpers, alloy design and headlights. Inside, the old-school look of the previous model has made way for a far more modern design. Honda has even redesigned the instruments and added new features.
The Brio continues to be powered by the familiar 1.2-litre i-VTEC engine developing 88bhp of power and 110Nm of torque. It’s expected to come to the Indian market soon.
Besides the Brio, there are a couple of decked up versions of the BR-V crossover on display at the show. Both these vehicles come with exterior body kits and new alloy wheel designs to complement the new look. The internals, meanwhile, remain fully unchanged.