2018 Honda Accord Will Look Like This

Posted: Jul 21 2016, 4:42am CDT | by , Updated: Jul 21 2016, 4:46am CDT, in News | Cars & Vehicles

2018 Honda Accord Will Look Like This
Credit: MotorAuthority

Spy shots of Honda Accord 2018 are given below.

The new generation Honda Accord is about to make its appearance soon. The car has been in talks due to the fact that fans are anticipating the new model to be a brilliant one in looks and technology. The car is in making these days and MotorAuthority have posted the first spy shots of this car.

The spy shots were taken of the prototype which was perfectly covered with a car cover. Only the windows and front along with back shield was visible. The car is set to make its debut next year and will go on sale in the year 2018.

Despite the fact that it was covered from top to bottom, we were able to distinguish its certain features. The car looks slimmer and seeker. It also looks that Honda has opted for a more sporty style for this 2018 Honda Accord. The major thing that can be noticed is that it has an angular front and a fastback roof.

The headlights of the car also give it pretty sporty look. The headlights were visible from the cover spacing as well. It looks like the car which has been given the award for most handsome looking car for 10 times in a row is going to get even more handsome. The designers have clearly shown loads of dedication in bringing out the best look of this decent and famous car of Honda.

We also managed to sneak a shot of the interior. It looks like that of Civic. It shows that car’s interior has been inspired from the latest Civic. The car has a slightly larger footprint than the older models. This means that this car will surely have loads of space. Let’s see what the final look will be like.

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