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Sep 22, 2021

On September 21, 2021, PT Honda Prospect Motor Indonesia made the first global reveal of the 2nd generation all-new Honda BR-V at a virtual launch event. This new Honda BR-V comes with a completely redesigned look and series of advanced technologies that are not only the first to be implemented in the model but also previously not available among all models in its segment.
Initially, Honda developed a concept model called the New 7-Seater eXcitement (N7X) to capture customers feedback on the concept that would became the 2nd generation of Honda BR-V and received overwhelmingly positive response from customers.
In line with its initial development concept, the all-new Honda BR-V was designed to combine the tough characters of an SUV, the spaciousness and high utility of an MPV, with the fun to drive and fuel efficiency performance. Its exterior presents a dynamic body shape, with strong body lines that run from the front to the back of the body. Meanwhile, series of new features and technology introduced for the first time for the all-new Honda BR-V includes Honda SENSING, Honda LaneWatch, Remote Engine Start, Walk-Away Auto Lock, and Smart Entry System.
Powering the model is a new 1.5L DOHC i-VTEC engine with a maximum power of 121 PS at 6,600 rpm and a maximum torque of 145 Nm at 4,300 rpm. The improved engine is also supported by a new CVT transmission system, resulting in better fuel efficiency and more powerful performance as well environmentally friendly emission complied to EURO 4 standard.
The all-new Honda BR-V will also be mass-produced locally in Indonesia by presenting a more attractive design, completed with the latest technology and features that is the first in its segment.

(From Honda Indonesia press release on September 21, 2021)

Sep 21, 2021

Indonesian automobile manufacturers association (Gaikindo) and other sources reported that Indonesian vehicle sales in August 2021 were 83,319 units, up 123.5% compared to August 2020, which had been heavily impacted by the coronavirus pandemic.
January - August sales were up 68.0% to 543,424 units.
By automaker sales in August, Toyota was up 244.7% y/y to 29,898 units and a 35.9% market share. Daihatsu was up 116.6% to 14,408 units and a 17.3% market share. Mitsubishi was up 225.2% to 10,434 units and a 12.5% market share. Suzuki was up 186.2% to 10,021 units and a 12.0% market share. Honda was up 140.8% to 7,337 units and a 8.8% market share.

Sep 21, 2021

Reported on September 20, 2021, after a so-called prototype of the next-generation BR-V, the N7X Concept, was unveiled in May, Honda has confirmed the launch of production version in Indonesia on September 21, under the concept of “Driving Redefined”.
The new BR-V would reportedly make its world premiere at the Gaikindo Indonesia International Auto Show (GIIAS) in August, but as the show postponed to November, Honda decided not to delay the reveal any longer.
Despite Honda not referring specifically to the car’s identity in the teaser, the silhouette, roof rails and L-shaped LED daytime running lights make it clear that it is the production N7X (the name stands for New 7-seater eXcitement). The show car’s styling will almost certainly make it to showrooms almost completely unchanged. The N7X featured an evolved version of the current BR-V’s design, said to be larger in all dimensions.
While Honda has not made clear what it would call the new car, which is also set to replace the Mobilio MPV, it also hints at the possible addition of the Honda Sensing suite of safety technologies. 
The new BR-V is expected to be powered by a version of the L15 1.5-litre i-VTEC 4-cylinder engine, likely the new City’s DOHC version.
(From an article of Paul Tan on September 20, 2021 and Honda Indonesia homepage)