On Tuesday, Honda introduced its completely redesigned 2023 Accord sedan, noting that the upcoming 11th-generation version of the longtime bestseller will “bring the excitement back.” .
While that may sound like an oddity for the company’s current product, the problem may be where you see that excitement. Honda promises “improved hybrid performance” on the upcoming Accord and says it will include Honda’s largest touchscreen ever, measuring in at 12.3 inches. A photo appears to tease the carryover signs from the latest Civic and CR-V.
Introduction of Honda Accord 2023
The current-generation Accord made its debut in 2018 with a more upscale cabin, much improved handling and handling, and a 2.0-liter turbocharged engine that replaced the previously available V-6. . A manual transmission was offered for some versions, but Honda removed that after 2020.
Honda has updated the Accord Hybrid’s driving capabilities for 2021. In a test of Accord Hybrid 2021we found it more confident in its responses, with a sense of constant acceleration that we have likened to an electric car.
As we reported in our review of 2023 Honda CR-V HybridThe automaker has reorganized two-mode hybrid system so that its motors are no longer on the same shaft. That allows for packing advantages, but most important to that excitement are the wider torque curve and stronger acceleration response – although we’re not so sure about the multiplication steps. creation that Honda added when the gasoline engine acted as a generator.
Honda CR-V 2023 hybrid system
This new agreement has caused difficulties in the European market Civic Hybrid and it seems to be sweeping through the entire lineup. Honda has yet to confirm that this configuration will also be available for the Accord, but that’s likely.
The Honda Accord 2023 series will launch next month.