New generation Honda Odyssey will be shown at the New York Auto ShowMarch 10, 2020
The version of the Japanese minivan related to the 2021 model year will be officially presented at the auto show in New York (USA). The car will receive an updated appearance, as well as an expanded list of security systems.
Minivan Honda Odyssey model year 2021 will debut with its updated “face” at the New York Auto Show, which will be held in April this year. Rumor has it that this event will not be canceled due to the coronovirus, because it was for this reason that the Geneva Motor Show did not take place. Sales of the updated minivan will begin later this year, and prices will be announced closer to the start of sales.
The new version of the model will receive other LED headlights with running lights, which are now in the outer corners, as well as more visible lamps.
The false radiator grille is mostly black, with the exception of the chrome strip on top, which covers the entire width of the car. The bumper has only one inlet in the center and fog lights in the corners. Under the rear window there is a glossy black finish.
Honda Sensing driver assistance technology is now standard on all Odyssey trim levels. The system is also equipped with adaptive cruise control with emergency braking. In addition, there is a new back seat reminder function that emits a beep for drivers to prevent them from leaving a child or pet in the second or third passenger row. In addition, Touring and Elite trim levels use CabinWatch to display the rear seats on the infotainment display.
The engine range of the current Honda Odyssey will be completely transferred to the new product. Thus, the 3.5-liter V6 still produces 280 horsepower, and it connects to a 10-speed automatic transmission.
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