2018 Honda Accord Teased; All Set For July 14 Big Reveal

Jun 27, 2017 01:00 AM EDT | Paul Urban

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Excited fans recently got teased as sketches of the 2018 Honda Accord are released.
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The 2018 Honda Accord is all set for its big reveal next month, July 14 to be exact. Even better, Honda released something that heightens the excitement all the more. This is necessary to sustain everyone's anticipation until the big event. Well, just when everyone's already too hyped up for the new Accord, Honda kicks it up a notch to stir the excitement more.

The 2018 Honda Accord is recently teased for releasing what could be its sketches. The sketches somehow show how it is going to be like when the covers finally come off. The new design has been done from scratch as the new Accord comes with more aggressive stance and significantly sharper body proportions.

The entire new Accord is perceived to be wider and more athletic looking. This is somehow depicted from the sketch recently presented. Though the sketch may be just a representation of how Honda wants people to see the Accord, it still does a good job keeping the excitement up.

The 10th-generation Accord is offered with two new direct-injected and turbocharged engines mated to a new 10-speed automatic transmission. It also has a continuously variable transmission or a six-speed manual transmission. Honda got rid of the V-6 engine for 2018.

The 2018 Honda Accord definitely looks more dynamic than the previous. To add to its athletic demeanor as earlier reported, Honda includes five-spoke alloys. The 2018 Accord is reported to have an updated hybrid system, which may be similar to that of 2017 Honda Civic.

The 2018 Honda Accord is definitely one to watch out for. It won't be too long before everyone gets to see it in actuality as the July 14 big reveal as it is available to be viewed via streaming. Accord has managed to be on top of the list of its kind over the years and the 2018 Accord is sure to continue such legacy.

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