The Indian automobile giant Honda is more likely to launch a facelift variant of its flagship product Honda City in the coming year. Honda City is expected to boast changes both inside and outside and may also have a hybrid engine under the hood.
According to TeamBHP, the upcoming next-generation Honda City could house taillights on the visual front and also LED fog lamps. This popular sedan Honda City might be available as a top-end VX+ variant in the Indian market.
The company is more likely to have changed most things on the interior and on the exterior as well. This premium sedan would come up with many significant features which are not seen in the older version of the Honda City.
As per the sources, Honda may install 16-inch alloy wheels and some segment-leading safety features like side and curtain airbags in this most popular Indian sedan to lure its customers.
Honda City facelift variant will hit the market with some important changes when compared to the older one. Features like a 5.7-inch touchscreen, audio, and hands-free telephonic controls, satellite navigation system along with digital instrument cluster, an automatic climate control system, paddle shift, cruise control will be available in the facelift variant.
The new sedan will house the same petrol engine which was already installed in the current model. Honda City facelift will be powered by 1.5-litre i-VTEC petrol engine which is more enough to generate 117bhp and a maximum torque of 145Nm and comes up with a five-speed manual transmission gearbox.