The overall design for the 2023 Accord has been sharpened up even more for a sportier appearance. The front fascia features a new shape for the LED headlamps and DRLs. The large grille with the Honda logo now features a triangular pattern. A pair of strong creases are running from the bumper to the hood and the lower part of the bumper gets a three-slit air dam as well.
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At the back, the 2023 Accord has a strong design language thanks to the new LED tail lamp set up. The rear lighting unit has been divided into two with a single LED strip running across the width of the car, separated by a Honda logo. In the teaser images, there is the Accord lettering on one side and on the other side, it features Hybrid Touring badges, signifying a strong hybrid variant.
One of the major updates in the 2023 Accord will be its interiors and the teaser images highlight the infotainment touchscreen. The touchscreen will reportedly be the largest ever to feature in a Honda at 12.3-inches. Honda is expected to unveil the sedan sometime in November and more teasers can be expected up until that point.
In terms of performance, apart from the hybrid nature of the Accord that has been teased, no other details have been shared yet. However, the outgoing model of the Accord is being offered in three engine options. The first is a 1.5-litre turbocharged engine (4-cylinder, 192 hp – 260 Nm), the second is a 2.0-litre naturally aspirated engine (4-cylinder, 252 hp – 370 Nm) and the third engine option is a strong hybrid 2.0-litre engine with a combined output of 212 hp.
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