The launch of the all-new fifth-generation of Honda City due to the COVID-19 pandemic and related lockdown across India. Now that the restrictions are being lifted up by the authorities, Honda is back on track to launch the all-new mid-size sedan that will take on the likes of Hyundai Verna and the Maruti Suzuki Ciaz.
Honda has announced that both the current-generation and upcoming Honda City will be sold in the Indian market together, which will give a wide range of choice to the customers. Well, the all-new Honda City will offer a long list of features and many of them will be segment-first. Here are five unique features that will be available only with the all-new fifth-generation Honda City.
The all-new Honda City will get industry-first Alexa support. The top-end version will get an 8.0-inch touchscreen infotainment system with Apple Carplay, Android Auto and WebLink feature. It also gets the Honda Connect feature that will allow the owners to control a lot of features in the car and also live-track the vehicle. Well, the highlight of the infotainment system in the Alexa support. You can control a long list of features through Alexa home devices and ask questions like fuel level in the car and even ask Alexa to start the AC of the car. You can also ask Alexa about the location of your car.
Lane watch camera
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The extremely useful Lane Watch system first appeared in the Honda CR-V and then with the Honda Civic. Honda has now introduced to the all-new City. the Lane Watch camera drastically reduces the blind spot in the car. Lane Watch system sends the feed from the camera on the left ORVM to the infotainment screen whenever the left indicator is engaged. This reduces the blind spot and brings down accidents.
The all-new Honda City will offer first-in-segment all-LED headlamps. The advanced headlamps use 9 inline shell LED lamps. This makes the Honda City looks very premium and the safer as the LED lamps ensure proper illumination of the roads at night. The headlamps come with integrated LED DRL and turn indicator.
7.0-inch instrument cluster
The all-new Honda City gets first-in-segment 7.0-inch coloured TFT instrument cluster. The fully digital instrument cluster shows information and warnings in a simple way without much of clutter. The fully digital instrument cluster will be available only with the top-end version. It makes the sedan very sporty.
Talking about sportiness, the all-new Honda City will also offer a G-Force meter that will show the actual G-Forces when the car accelerates, brakes or take high-speed turns. Since the all-new Honda City is aimed at the young buyers who mostly drive cars high spiritedly, the G-Force meter will sure come in handy.
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