Following Aston Martin’s monochrome revelation this week, Honda has followed suit by announcing Black and White special editions of its CR-V.
The Black Edition and White edition both gain 19-inch Orion alloy wheels, exhaust finisher and privacy glass. Out front the grille is now patterned and a spoiler is added at the back allegedly to give it “sleek, dynamic look”.
Front and rear skid-plates finish the exterior changes, for those bold enough to take the CR-V off road.
Inside the spec is the same as the CR-V SE-T, which features dual-zone climate control, Bluetooth HFT, front and rear parking sensors, power-folding door mirrors, metallic paint and satellite navigation as standard, but the Black and White are both £770 cheaper than their multicoloured cousin.
Under the bonnet the pair are available with a choice of a 2.0 i-VTEC petrol or 2.2 i-DTEC diesel engine hooked up to a manual or auto ‘box.
Prices start from £28,400 for the basic petrol manual and they are both on sale now.
Leon Brannan, Head of Cars for Honda (UK) said:
The new Special Edition Black and White enhance the range even further, offering real stand-out appeal and a bold new look.
If you happen to agree with that, and we promise not to judge you, and Twitter is your thing feel free to line up with the company hashtags #CRVWHITE or #CRVBLACK, Honda will then display a graph of people’s choices on their website.