Honda is planning to introduce a new line of plastic components for its new CR-V, the company announced Thursday.
The announcement comes as Honda continues to battle to bring in more new riders and drivers to its sport-utility vehicle lineup.
The new line will include the Honda CR-X, CR-Z, CRX Sport, CRYENGINE and CRYON.
The announcement comes a week after Honda introduced a new hybrid CR-9 and CR-13 to compete with the Nissan Leaf and Toyota Prius hybrids.
Honda is also unveiling a new CRX EV for the U.S. market this year.