The test prototype was made a few weeks ago and we had the opportunity to take a closer look at the latest 2020 Honda City. There would be gasoline and diesel engines available while the interior has a new touch screen and new entertainment. The exterior will have a totally new nose and we expect an improvement in energy efficiency.
Exterior and Interior
Without needing to move very far from the current design, you start looking for a new front that is now bigger and becomes credit accounts formed in the form of Y. The chrome bar is now thinner compared to the output and it requires front lights. The headlamp group was also a little tighter and now also includes DRL LEDs. The front bumper rotates and it also becomes a sharper tone around the air intake, with the black lining around the fog lights. At the rear, large rear lights are stored, so they were renewed with the LED inserts currently included. In the same way, you get a lot more chrome around the boot cover, as well as an internal looter with a central LED brake light. In fact, the rear bumper has been improved and has a messy and economical appearance. The side profile retains the same roundness as 2020 Honda City, with 16 inch alloy wheels, unlike 15 inch units.
The 2020 Honda City will be supplied in five variants to add the S, V, V, SV and SV levels. The interiors will really get better with the entry deal with the trim levels that will undoubtedly be visible in all black interiors with touches of chrome. Exploration of the light will undoubtedly be available with all the level V although SV and the SV grade have three rear seat heads, there is a change of height, the left arm is calm and two administrators of glass. Will other version updates combine a 6.8? Central display with reverse video camera, LED cab lighting, steering wheel audio controls and disc / AUX-IN / Bluetooth connection, speakers and automatic controls. Rear air conditioning vents, parking sensors for the rear cars with the complete electronic camera, in addition to the rear power traders, will also appear.
The next model 2020 Honda City includes two transmission units. The base engine is a 1.5 liter i-VTEC engine that can produce 122 HP and 110 lb-ft of torque. This transmission comes with a 6 speed automatic transmission as standard, while the CVT transmission will be optional. This engine is slightly readjusted, so expect a better number of kilometers traveled. The diesel option includes a 1.5 liter four cylinder engine capable of producing up to 105 hp and 148 lb-ft of turns. Like the 1.5 liter i-VTEC, the diesel transmission system also receives a 6 speed automatic transmission.
Price and release date
The launch of its new 2020 Honda City will take place mainly in Thailand, in January 2020. In India, the launch of the vehicle is expected to take place in the coming months. The price in the new 2020 Honda City will undoubtedly remain more or less the same as that of the present 2020 Honda City. You could expect to spend about $ 11,700.