The 11th generation Honda Accord announced, equipped with the latest 2.0L i-MMD hybrid system + through-type taillights
Yesterday, Honda released the official picture of a new generation of Accord models. The new car is Honda's eleventh generation Accord models.

It adopts a new family design language in appearance, and the overall sense of performance is stronger and will also be equipped with the fourth-generation i-MMD hybrid system.

The new car may be officially released at the Los Angeles Auto Show, which opens on November 18, and it is not expected that a Chinese version will be launched this year. AndroBliz will bring you more reports in the future, so stay tuned.

The 11th generation Honda Accord has a body length, width and height of 4971×1862×1450mm and a wheelbase of 2830mm. It offers 8 color options and 3 new metallic paints.

Honda said that this model will use a 12.3-inch floating central control screen with pre-installed Google system, support mobile phone interconnection and OTA upgrade, standard 10.2 full LCD instrument screen, equipped with a 6-inch HUD head-up display.

In terms of power, the new car will provide a 1.5T fuel version and the fourth-generation 2.0L i-MMD hybrid system.

The 1.5T engine has a maximum output of 192 horsepower and a peak torque of 260 Nm, matching a CVT gearbox; 2.0L i- The combined maximum output of the MMD hybrid system is 204 horsepower and a peak torque of 335 Nm.


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