What the all-new, 2020 Honda City sedan could look like [Video]

Honda City has been in the country for quite some time and has been one of India’s favorite C-segment sedans. Honda is now working on a newer version of the onda City and is expected to come to India later next year. The sedan will initially be launched in the International market and only after that it will make its way to India. the next-generation Honda City has also been caught testing a couple of time in India. Here is a video from Imagino showing what the new Honda City sedan could look like.

The video has been uploaded on their Youtube channel. The upcoming Honda City is going to be the fifth generation of the popular sedan and it has been announced that the fifth generation Honda City is likely to make its debut in Thailand on 25 November this year. Talking about the rendered images, they look pretty good. The image resembles a lot with the spy car spotted a couple of times here in India. Starting with the rear, artist has chosen to go for tail lights that resemble with the ones we have seen in Honda Amaze. The front grille is now Honda’s signature grille that we have seen in other models like Civic, Honda CR-V and so on.

The headlights of Honda City are already LED but in the next generation City, design of the lights are likely to be a bit different with LEDs in them. Profile of the car from the images looks more or less the same but towards the rear it gets a sloping roof. The roof in artist’s imagination looks more like a combination of Civic and Honda Amaze. Apart from that the video also shows a range of different colours in which the Next-gen Honda City will be available.

Honda City 2020 New Render Featured

The all-new Honda City is likely to get three engine options: a 1 liter-3 cylinder turbocharged petrol with about 120 Bhp-200 Nm, a 1.5 liter-4 cylinder naturally aspirated petrol engine (117 Bhp-145 Nm) with a mild hybrid layout (electric motor) and a 1.5 liter turbocharged diesel engine with 98.6 Bhp-200 Nm. The 1.5L naturally aspirated petrol and turbocharged diesel engine will make its way to the Indian market whereas the 1.0 liter-3 cylinder turbo petrol is likely to be available only in international market. The all-new, 2020 Honda City sedan will be built in India with a high amount of localization to ensure that the automaker is able to manage a competitive price tag.