Honda has unveiled further details surrounding the infotainment and technology capabilities of its all-new 2023 HR-V. The OEM’s new SUV will feature a digital instrumentation display as standard, with wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto both offered as optional features.

Inside the vehicle, the HR-V’s wide instrument panel has been designed to reduce windshield reflections and visual distractions. Across the dash, a metal honeycomb mesh accent stretches from door to door. Premium materials featured throughout, while the center console features French stitching. In the console, a pass-through complete with USB charging ports can be used to store small items, such as a smartphone.

The vehicle’s infotainment offering consists of a digital instrument display paired to larger standard and available color touchscreens that feature standard, wired, compatibility with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. All HR-V trims feature the 7-inch color LCD instrument display, which features a digital speedometer and tachometer on the left side and a physical speedometer dial on right right. The 7.0-inch multi-information display also features user-selectable functions such as Honda Sensing settings and key vehicle information.

On the LX and Sport Models, a new 7.0-inch color touchscreen is fitted as standard. Among its key features are physical knobs for audio system volume and station tuning, buttons along the bottom for switching modes, and a simplified menu structure. The HR-V EX-L’s infotainment suite is headed by a 9.0-inch color touchscreen with wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility. In this trim, the screen is joined by a Qi-compatible wireless charging pad and an upgraded eight-speaker sound system. The new touchscreen features a physical volume knob, large, easy-to-recognize icons, and a simplified navigation structure with fewer embedded menus.

The 2023 HR-V will begin arriving at Honda’s dealerships across the U.S. in early June.