The 2018 Honda Accord will make its official debut July 14.
The Japanese automaker has released a teaser sketch previewing what it calls a “dramatically styled” 10th-generation Accord, promising that the midsize sedan is getting completely remade from ground up. The company also confirmed that the new Accord will feature three powerful and fuel-efficient powertrains, including a pair of new direct-injected turbocharged engines that will be paired with either a new Honda-developed 10-speed automatic transmission, continuously variable transmission, or a six-speed manual, depending on the engine. There will also be a hybrid version powered by Honda’s two-motor hybrid powertrain.
The Honda Accord is an important model for the brand, having been the U.S. retail sales leader in the midsize sedan segment for four straight years. Since the Accord first launched in 1976, over 13-million units have been sold in the U.S.
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