Shown the updated minivan Honda OdysseyOctober 5, 2020
Honda has circulated images of the restyled Odyssey.
The updated Odyssey model has acquired different optics, a revised grille, different bumpers and a fifth door. In addition, it is worth noting the presence of multi-section diode headlights, and the lights are now connected using a chrome strip.
Conceptually, the interior has not changed, while the appearance of a different multifunction steering wheel, as well as a “floating” touchscreen display of the Gathers infotainment complex, should be emphasized. Instead of the old “tidy” installed a new dashboard from Accord.
As before, the Odyssey will be offered in 7- or 8-seater versions, while the second row is equipped with “captain” seats with an ottoman and electric adjustment. The updated model also acquired a set of Honda Sensing safety systems, consisting of a lane control system, adaptive cruise control and much more.
There are no details about the technical equipment of the restyled minivan at the moment. However, its cost also remains unknown. It can be assumed that the model will receive the same engine, and it will appear on the Japanese market before the end of this year.
In addition, it was recently noted that the small minivan Toyota Roomy has acquired a GR-modification in Japan. It should be emphasized that this Japanese model in the new version received a more aggressive appearance.
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