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I always hated how the 9th generation civic dashboard was designed and was worried that this was something they would use in a number of their vehicles, thankfully it didn't make it's way into the HRV!

 

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I like the cockpit focused design frankly, ok the double deck display is a little funky but overall the layout seems intuitive...
 

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I think the double deck display is not a great look. It looks too bulky and not very streamlined or efficient in terms of use of space. Not a good move IMO.
 

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I like the cockpit focused design frankly, ok the double deck display is a little funky but overall the layout seems intuitive...
that's the only thing i like, i like how they made it driver focused, but the rest of it bothers me.

I just love what honda did with the HRV interior, especially the dash and the center island or whatever you want to call it.
 

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I just love what honda did with the HRV interior, especially the dash and the center island or whatever you want to call it.
How do you know you like the interior when Honda hasn't released any information regarding the interior of the HR-V. I doubt it will be the same as the interior of the Vezel, which is the only interior we know anything about.
 

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how do you figure the double deck is wasted space. Other wise that space is doing nothing, just a vast spanse of black plastic. The digital speedo readout up there is actually quite logical, its right in your line of sight...

Actually Topspot we have seen the HR-Vs interior

 

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I don't know about you, but I can't tell very much from that one photo. Plus that is clearly a LX type, probably Euro model
 

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It's definitely not a horrible use of space, like mentioned if anything it's an amazing use of space, the only issue is that it may not look all that great to everyone. Great idea, not all that great design, but it's functional which matters more.

I don't know about you, but I can't tell very much from that one photo. Plus that is clearly a LX type, probably Euro model
I see enough in that picture for this discussion, we can see the whole dash except for the face of the instrument cluster which doesn't matter so much at this point.
 

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I don't know about you, but I can't tell very much from that one photo. Plus that is clearly a LX type, probably Euro model
What are you looking to see? Use some free association, we've seen the HR-V mule and seen the Vezel. The mule makes it clear what has been removed from the Vezel, sure its not prim and polished, but clear enough that coupled with typical NA Honda Interiors we know what to expect.

This is the 2015 FIT, this polish, with that layout.

 

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Got to love what the interior on the fit looks like.

With the HRV getting a design that's new to the brand, it might be a good thing if it stretches out to vehicles like the Fit, that's something I would like to see.
 

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HRV will differ very little form the FIT in all honesty. Most of the interior componenets will be shared as well.
 

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Is there anything that we can speculate will be different about the HR-V's interior? Materials? Features? It can't be completely identical.
 

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HRV will differ very little form the FIT in all honesty. Most of the interior componenets will be shared as well.
with how low it's priced that could be very true.

they are limited to what they can do with where it will sit in the segments
 
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