September 14, 2020

New Honda Odyssey official image released: the magic sensor door become its highlights

Japan's Honda Motor Company has unveiled the 2021 Honda Odyssey. The MPV has undergone many upgrades, including a sliding door that can be controlled by gestures and a 10-inch infotainment touch screen.

On the outside, the Honda Odyssey 2021 has a front grille with exquisite chrome stripes on the grille for a more stylish and stylish appearance. From the appearance alone, the new Odyssey has become more square, the original inverted trapezoidal grille has been replaced by a hexagonal big-mouth design, and the license plate has also been adjusted from the grille embedded to the bottom of the grille; in addition, the front bumper Also adopted a new design.

In addition to the appearance, the new car's interior changes are also not small. For example, the steering wheel has a four-frame type to a three-frame type, the central control screen is also adjusted from embedded to a suspended type, and the decorative panel has also been upgraded.

On the side of the cabin, the touch screen display for infotainment has been enhanced to 10 inches. At the same time, the position of the screen has been changed to a standing position to adapt to current trends. Honda also gives a brown feel to enhance the atmosphere of the cabin.

It is worth mentioning that the new car has joined the magic sensor door function for the first time, that is, gesture-controlled electric sliding door. The most unique innovation of the Honda Odyssey is the sliding door, which can be controlled by gestures and a direct lock system. To open the side door, passengers only need to make gestures, such as moving their hands.

Honda also demonstrated the direct lock system for the first time. It works by automatically locking the sliding door after it is closed. In addition, Honda also replaced the foot-operated parking brake with an electronic parking brake (EPB). Now, the driver only needs to press the button instead of stepping on the pedal.

For the power part, it is expected that the new Odyssey will continue the existing power system, and will be equipped with a 2.4L naturally aspirated engine and a third-generation i-MMD hybrid system. The hybrid version is equipped with an E-CVT gearbox, and the fuel consumption per 100 kilometers is 5.7- 5.8L/100km, comparable to Fit.

Honda will release more details about the Honda Odyssey facelift in the near future. Follow our website to get WapCar to get the latest information about Honda Odyssey 2021.