10 New Honda Cars with Smarter Technology to Stay Relevant in 2021
Some might call Honda’s 2021 lineup uneventful, but we can clearly notice a steady stream of improvements on the fronts where they truly matter: electrification, better fuel efficiency, higher safety standards and more advanced tech. The most reliable in the world cannot disappoint, so we introduce to you the most comprehensive review of what is new for Honda in the upcoming model year with confirmed and rumored pricing, and detailed technical specs.
Subscribe to #AutomotiveTerritoryDailyNews not to miss a single newcomer of the car world, ring the bell and let’s start the engines!
#1 2021 Honda Civic Type R Limited Edition
Trying to regain the title of the fastest FWD car at Nurburgring, the 2021 Honda Civic Type R gains a new track-focused Limited edition, with just 1000 units slated for production.
#2 2021 Honda Ridgeline
The 2021 Honda Ridgeline arrives with a redesigned exterior this year, which finally makes it tougher looking and more pickup-like. The model gets a new front grille, a squarer bumper with new side air vents, revised LED headlights and dual exhaust tips.
#3 2021 Honda Odyssey
The North American version of the 2021 Honda Odyssey minivan arrives with couple of new features, as well as a fresher face. Upfront, there is a new blackout grille, more powerful LED headlights, and a revised bumper, while in the rear, the window is highlighted by the new black trim.
#4 2021 Honda Fit/Jazz & Jazz Crosstar
The new Honda Jazz AKA Fit abandons attempts to look sporty and rather goes for the funky. Additionally it is sold in a crossoverish form called Crosstar.
#5 2021 Honda Pilot
2021 Honda Pilot arrives with a newly standard 9-speed automatic transmission with paddle shifters and adds automatic stop-start system across the entire trim range. In addition, the model debuts in the mid-level Special Edition or SE guise that keeps all of the features of the EX-L and gains new 20-inch black wheels, roof rails, black grille accents, and a hands-free tailgate.
#6 2020 Honda E
We have been waiting for Honda’s first mass produced electric car ever since the introduction of the puppy-eyed Urban EV concept in 2017. The official market roll-out of the Honda E was postponed until 2021 model year with the first deliveries commencing as we speak.
#7 2021 Honda Insight
Currently in its third generation, the 2021 Honda Insight is already considered one of the safest models in the segment thanks to its standard Honda Sensing suite. However, Honda decided enhance the car once again and added blind spot detection and cross-traffic assist as standard across the range, except for the entry-level LX trim.
#8 2021 Honda City
Debuting on the Indian market in far 1998, Honda City is one of the country’s most successful mid-size sedans, but the competition from Hyundai Verna and Maruti Suzuki Ciaz is forcing the manufacturer to boost the upcoming generation to its maximum potential. The 2021 City sits on a new lightweight platform and becomes longer and wider than its predecessor.
#9 2021 Honda E-SUV Concept and CR-V Sport Hybrid e+
It’s time to get used to the fact that the Chinese market will be the first to receive all of the electric cars. That is why Honda’s first electric SUV Concept and a plugin-hybrid version of the best-selling CR-V crossover.
#10 2021 Honda Accord
Honda pitches the Accord as the benchmark mid-size sedan in the class and to substantiate such claims raises its game. The tenth generation adopts a restyled front-fascia, higher spec LED high and low beams.