The Honda BR-V Special Edition is currently on display at the 2019 Malaysia Autoshow, alongside the Jazz Mugen, CR-V Mugen Concept and Civic Type R Mugen Concept.

First revealed back in February this year, the BR-V SE is based on the Grade V variant of the seven-seater and is offered in limited numbers. Only 300 units will be made available, with pricing for each set at RM90,700 on-the-road without insurance. As a comparison the Grade V variant of the BR-V goes for RM87,701.

In terms of enhancements, the limited-edition model comes with running boards on the sides of the vehicle, side step garnishes and a tailgate spoiler. The BR-V SE can be had with a Passion Red Pearl finish like that used on the latest HR-V, or White Orchid Pearl for an extra RM300.

On the inside, the BR-V SE gets a 6.8-inch head unit in place of the Grade V’s 6.1-inch system. The rest of the equipment is similar to the Grade V variant, with 16-inch wheels, leather upholstery, automatic air-conditioning (with rear vents), dual front airbags, keyless entry and start, a reverse camera and Vehicle Stability Assist (VSA). Similarly, there’s still a 1.5 litre engine (120 PS and 145 Nm) and a CVT.