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2020 India-spec Honda City unveiled: Launch in July

The all-new Honda City is a highly anticipated car in India and it was expected to be launched in the Indian market in March or April earlier this year. However, due to the COVID-19 pandemic and related lockdown, the Honda City launch had to be delayed. Well, with the restrictions lifting up, Honda is ready to launch the all-new car and has officially revealed the features of the upcoming vehicle. The all-new City is now expected to be launched next month.

2020 India-spec Honda City unveiled: Launch in July

The all-new fifth-generation Honda City will not replace the current-generation Honda City. Instead, both cars will be sold in the market together. Being the next-generation Honda City, it is thoroughly updated and looks way more futuristic than the current version. The new design makes it much sleeker and sharp looking.

2020 India-spec Honda City unveiled: Launch in July

The upcoming Honda City is slightly bigger than the current version of the model. The front-end design now looks heavily inspired by the Honda Accord and the Honda Civic. It gets a thick metal chrome stripe with the all-LED headlamps on both the sides. Even the bonnet now gets new deep creases that add a premium look to the mid-size sedan. It also gets newly designed alloy wheels and they do attract a lot of attention.

2020 India-spec Honda City unveiled: Launch in July

The all-new LED headlamps get Daytime Running Lamps (DRL) and give a new identity to the car. There are 9 array inline shell and L-shaped LED turn signals integrated to the DRL. The rear gets a new Z shape 3D LED brake lamps. There are also LED side marker lamps.

2020 India-spec Honda City unveiled: Launch in July2020 India-spec Honda City unveiled: Launch in July

On the inside, the dashboard has been redesigned and the beige finish adds a premium touch to the vehicle. It looks much more premium than the current version of the car and gets softouch pad and faux wood garnish. The dashboard gets a 20.3 cm touchscreen AC. Also, the top-end version will get features like Red/Blue illumination, leather steering wheel and shift lever, soft interior ambient lighting in the front footwell, map lamp with LED interior room lamps and full-HD instrument cluster and a G-Meter.

2020 India-spec Honda City unveiled: Launch in July

Both petrol and diesel engine options will be available. There will be a 1.5-litre petrol engine that generates a maximum power of 121 PS and a peak torque of 145 Bhp. It will get an option of manual transmission and CVT automatic. There will be a 1.5-litre diesel engine that generates a maximum power of 100 PS and peak torque of 200 Nm. The diesel engine option only gets a manual transmission. The petrol manual returns a maximum fo 17.8 km/l while the automatic-petrol returns a maximum of 18.4 km/l. The diesel variants return a maximum of 24.1 km/l.

2020 India-spec Honda City unveiled: Launch in July