2023 Honda Accord teaser hints at built-in Google smarts and a sleeker sedan design.
2023 Honda Accord Teaser Hints at Built-In Google Smarts
Honda has had quite a year so far. The automaking company so far has debuted new iterations of the CR-V and the HR-V crossovers, and it has also eased its next-generation three-row Pilot SUV. With all that being done, the company is not done yet as it appears. There is still a new accord in the works and on the way and we got a better idea as to what to expect from it today.
On Tuesday, Honda published three new teaser images for the 2023 accord. And the first two images focused on the exterior, showing off a chink of the front and rear ends. The front fascia lastly ditches the huge visual maw and then opting to split up its grille and lower air intakes with a real body-cooler bumper. The headings on the other hand look slimmer, as well, so we should be expecting something fairly modern and closer to the new CR-V and Civic.
The Rear End of the 2023 Accord Sees a Big Change
The rear end of the 2023 accord undergoes a big change too. Personally, I really do not like the taillights of the current generation as they look really too large. The new accord however cleans the whole thing up and thus opting for a sleeker design that now sees two thinner and slimmer taillights that are connected by a strip running the width of the rear end. And it also gives off something more than just a bit of an Audi vibe.
The Interior of the Honda Accord 2023
In regards to the interior, things look different as well. And in addition to a huge gauge display situated at the edge of the picture, smack dab in the middle is a 12.3-inch touchscreen that rises from the dashboard which is to date the largest display in a Honda. The infotainment system on the other hand is also getting a revamp, picking up onboard Google apps such as the play store, Google Assistant, and Google maps.
What Lies Beneath the Sheet Metal of the New Accord
The company did not share too many details in regard to what lies beneath the sheet metal of the new accord. And from the badges outside of it, the screen on the inside, and also the text of the press release itself, it is quite clear that Honda will continue to offer the Accord as a hybrid car. “more responsive and fun-to-drive,” which is something that is really liked about the outgoing one.