According to all indications, Honda’s midsize sedan will endure for at least another generation. The spies tell that this 2024 Honda Accord prototype was spotted testing on public roads in the Midwest, giving us an idea of what to anticipate from the enduring family sedan.
After all, how fresh a model needs to be to appeal to buyers who are at least a generation removed from the current state of the car industry?
Furthermore, when the vehicle in question is as good as the current Accord, how much is actually necessary?
It appears that Honda will continue to produce its midsize car for at least another generation.
Spies report that a prototype of the anticipated 2024 Honda Accord was spotted driving on public roads in the Midwest, offering a glimpse of what to anticipate from the enduring family sedan.
Honda might get away with giving the Accord a fresh coat of paint and reselling it given the status of four-door sales today.
The front camo is certainly paying off, but they also seem to be some notable variances.
Either invert or entirely throw the massive, single-piece grille treatment. The new grille resembles the new HR-in V’s terms of appearance.
The LED “signature” feature has moved from the bottom of the housing to the top, and the headlights seem to be clearly separated from the grille assembly.
And we see a narrower, full-width lip defining the border of the lower grille in place of the massive lip extensions projecting from both sides of the bumper cover.