Honda teases its next-gen Accord ahead of its global debut

  • Published On: 28 June 2017

The all-new car will come with a range of four-cylinder engines.

The company has released a new sketch of the Accord ahead of its debut on July 14. There’s an a more angular design to the theme with a prominent band of chrome, and stretches right across the front fascia, there are prominent air vents on the bumper, there are LED lights, and there are prominent creases along the side and bonnet.

The big news is that this car will no longer feature a V6 petrol engine. Honda had earlier revealed specs of the new Accord that stated that it comes with a choice of turbocharged four-cylinder petrol engines, including the 2.0-litre turbo from the Civic Type R. Honda also stated that the hybrid would feature an updated hybrid system.

The new Accord will go on sale internationally by the end of the year, but there is no clarity on whether Honda intends to bring this car here yet.

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