The 2023 Honda Brio has been launched internationally. It gets new styling elements and features. The car comes in two variants: Standard and RS.
The new 2023 Honda Brio facelift has been unveiled and comes in two variants: Standard and RS. The Honda Brio Standard variant gets a revised front fascia that includes a redesigned chrome grille and a new front bumper. The Standard Honda Brio can be had in two colours: Taffeta White and Rally Red. The Honda Brio RS variant also gets a nip and tuck in the form of a new piano black grille, a new front bumper, blacked-out ORVMs, LED headlamps and fog lamps, and diffusers to name a few. The Honda Brio RS also comes with two colour options: Phoenix Orange Pearl (dual-tone) and Stellar Diamond Pearl. The new Honda Brio can be had with other colour shades like Electric Lime Metallic, Meteoride Gray Metallic, and Crystal Black to name a few. The new Honda Brio Standard variant follows the contemporary Honda styling with the sweptback LED headlamp setup with DRLs and the rear section gets a redesigned housing for the taillamp unit and a roof spoiler. The car comes shod with 14-inch dual-tone alloy wheels. The interior feature list includes redesigned seat patterns, power windows, grey roof lining, a seven-inch infotainment system, adjustable headrests at the front, and a small digital MID to name a few.
The RS variant comes with LED DRLs, LED foglamp unit, LED turn indicators, a rear diffuser, a smart entry system, a power retractable black door mirror, new bumpers on both ends and the car runs on 15-inch dark chrome sport alloy wheels. The interior feature list includes steering-mounted audio controls, lighting on the transmission lever, an ignition system and an instrument cluster to name a few.
Powering the Honda Brio is a 1.2-litre, four-cylinder, i-VTEC engine that comes mated with a five-speed manual and a CVT as an option, it pushes a good 89 bhp and 110 Nm of peak torque.