A few days after a disguised model was spotted practicing on Thailand’s roads in late October, the 7th generation Honda City facelift was spotted in India lately.
The disguised test mule was apparently on its way to the ARAI (Automotive Research Association of India) headquarters when it was sighted near Pune, according to reports. The facelift will get an updated grille and bumper up front, while the back should get new LED light signatures, a revamped bumper, and a spoiler. Additionally, the revamp will get additional equipment and safety upgrades.
Features like a 360-degree camera, automated climate management, wireless charging, and linked car technology are anticipated to be included in the makeover. There may also be other options available, such as a digital instrument panel, cruise control, and an auto-dimming rearview mirror. ADAS and other safety technology are also in the works.
In the Indian market, the 1.5L petrol and hybrid powertrains will continue to power the City facelift. Early in 2023, India is scheduled to see the introduction of the new Honda City facelift. The 7th generation Honda City facelift was spotted in India lately.
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