The 2021 Honda Odyssey will Make Its World Debut
It's all set: the newest 2021 Honda Odyssey will be featured in Honda's 2020 New York International Auto Show exhibit that will happen from April 10 to April 19. The newest version continues its tradition of being the ultimate family vehicle, with more advanced upgrades to bring technology, style, and safety at the forefront of Hyundai's impressive features.
Some of the major upgrades to the 2021 Honda Odyssey include a redesigned lower front fascia and fog light housing, a redesigned blackout grille topped by a chrome strip, more powerful and efficient LED headlights, new gloss-black trim under the rear window, and fog light housing. Meanwhile, Odyssey Elite also received a newly-designed 19-inch alloy wheels and auto-dimming side mirrors.
The interior changes include updated climate controls and second-row seat backs that fold flat to make seat removal easier and more convenient. Its EX variant, together with the higher trims get new tri-color floor mats and illuminated USB ports. Meanwhile its EX-L model have re-styled seats with contrast stitching. Boasting of ergonomic features, passengers will enjoy a power lumbar support located at the front passenger seat.
All the 2021 Honda Odyssey variants come with the standard Honda Sensing suite of safety and driver-assistive technologies. Moreover, its innovative industry-first Rear-Seat Reminder system also comes with the vehicle's CabinWatch rear-seat camera system. This feature is designed to alert drivers to check their rear seat area before they get out of the vehicle.
Some of the major upgrades to the 2021 Honda Odyssey are the more powerful and efficient LED headlights, a modified design of the lower front fascia, blackout grille with a chrome strip, and fog light housing.
Honda Odyssey trims come with Honda Sensing suite of safety and driver-assistive technologies that was previously standard features on EX and above trims. Meanwhile, Honda Sensing now has newly upgraded features that include Adaptive Cruise Control with Low Speed Follow and Pedestrian Emergency Braking.
Meanwhile, Touring and Elite trims also use the first-ever CabinWatch camera to display the rear seating area on the Display Audio screen.
The newest Odyssey is powered by a 3.5-liter i-VTEC V6 engine with 280 horsepower. It comes exclusively with Honda's advanced 10-speed automatic transmission with push-button start. Using a robust and refined V6 engine, it also uses Variable Cylinder Management (VCM) that allows the engine to smoothly shift from three-cylinder to six-cylinder operation.
We don't have a lot of information about the Honda Odyssey as of this time, but everything will be revealed at the New York Auto Show in April. Price details will also be available when the 2021 Odyssey goes on sale later this year.