The new 2019 Honda City has recently been rendered by folks at Paultan.org. The Japanese manufacturer has recently revealed its Insight prototype in official images ahead of the 2018 North American International Auto Show which is scheduled to take place in Detroit next week. The new 2019 Honda City is expected to take its design inspiration from the Insight concept only and the renderings are in full favour of that. As you can see in the rendered images, the front end of the new 2019 Honda City looks familiar as it looks similar to the current model. The car can get a full-length chrome bar that looks considerably different from the present day model. The images also show that the new 2019 Honda City get sleek headlamps with the same LED outlining that come on the existing model. The new generation 2019 Honda City might also receive a new tail lamp, which is now sleeker and has a different design. The unit now extends itself towards the C-pillar, and it looks neat. On the sides, the new 2019 Honda City gets chrome outlining on the windows that lend it a premium and upmarket appeal.
Talking of the Honda Insight, the car will source its power from the company's new hybrid system. The set up comprises of a 1.5L Atkinson engine, an electric motor, and a lithium-ion battery pack. In most of the circumstances, the car's Hybrid Intelligent Multi-Mode Drive (i-MMD) runs completely on electric power. In such a case, the engine acts as a generator as it offers energy to the electric motor. The Insight will be positioned above the Civic and since there is no hybrid model in the present day Civic, the new Insight might be apt for that part.
The upcoming new Honda Accord will also most likely come with the similar fascia. For this reason, it seems that the upcoming Honda sedan family will have a specific area to share.
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