Honda is paving the way for its 2018 Odyssey. The latest supercar comes with impressive boasting ten-speed automatic transmission of Honda Motor Co. Ltd concept. The Japanese automaker invested $149 million to begin the production.
Honda aims to share the new assembly plant in Tallapoosa Georgia that made $100 million, and the new Ohio transmission manufacturing facility cost $49 million. The 2017 Honda Odyssey aspires to offer excellent performance hybrid cars, as stated on Daily Sun Knoxville.
Honda Odyssey is the new generation of premium cars. It offers integrated premium technologies like highly configurable seats and climate control system. The Odyssey also offers a stunning segment similar to the Honda CR-V, according to Automobile.
The 2018 Honda Odyssey technical specs come with a bunch of efficient and entertainment technology. Honda stated that the new van owns the quietest cabin in the Honda Odyssey series. The triple door seals feature an increased sound deadening with a standard noise cancellation technology. The 2018 Odyssey comes with acoustic front and side glass, more advanced than its predecessors.
The upcoming van offers a promise of convenience and versatility. It has a styling flourish lower body sides. The Odyssey perfectly boasts a new LED headlights and taillights. The latest auto's grille depicts the Honda Pilot series.
The 2018 Honda Odyssey engine contains a new architecture which comes with a 3.5-liter V-6. The engine offers output increases from 248 to 280 horsepower. Compared to the Honda Pilot, it is designed with a nine-speed unit with a ten-speed automatic gearbox. The curb weight of the van claimed a nearly 100 pounds of weight reduction.
The new Odyssey debuts premium technologies that enable the passengers and its driver to enjoy the long journey. It comes with an infrared camera, CabinWatch. The CabinWatch allows the system to work both in daylight and night scene. The enhanced camera system is located in the overhead rear-seat-entertainment system.
The Honda Odyssey released date will be in this spring. The latest Honda vehicle is ready to take over the Kia Sedona, Chrysler Pacifica, and Toyota Sienna fame. The 2018 Honda Odyssey Pricing will range from $29,850 to $50,000.