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New Honda City ZX (2020) features have been leaked ahead of its expected launch next month. The upcoming Honda City ZX features have been revealed by a leaked brochure image.
The leaked brochure images by Autocar India reveals that the next-gen City ZX top-spec trim will feature a new exterior design, upgraded interiors and more safety equipment. The 2020 Honda City ZX will feature a lane-monitoring camera mounted on the outside rear-view mirror as seen on the Honda Civic
The lane-monitoring camera on the left-wing mirror will relay feed to the centre screen and alert the driver of any approaching traffic on the wrong side. In addition to this, the next-gen sedan will also feature traction control, electronic stability programme, hill-start assist, a low-tyre-pressure warning system, six airbags and a reverse camera with assist function.
Honda has also made few design changes to the exterior of the new-gen Hond City sedan, which now features a new LED headlight, and Z-shaped wrap-around LED tail-lights. The bumper design have also been revised at both ends with new alloy wheels giving the car a modern look.
On the inside, the 2020 Honda City has been revised with a host additional features. This includes a new eight-inch touchscreen infotainment system with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay connectivity. It is also the first car in India to feature the Alexa Remote voice assistance feature.
The company will also offer its app-based connected technology called ‘Honda Connect'. It enables users to share car details via a telematics unit, and control various features of the car on their smartphone through an application.
The 2020 Honda City will also feature a new semi-digital instrument cluster that has a seven-inch, HD, full-colour MID with an analogue speedometer, and tachometer flanked on either side of the display.
The new sedan also features a unique G-meter to measure the cornering forces, which are found on performance cars. Other features include, steering-mounted controls for the audio system and cruise control, and a revised climate control unit with physical rotary knobs. The company decided to discontinue the last-gen City's touchscreen-based climate control system, which was difficult to operate.
The Brochure images also reveal that the top-spec City ZX variant will feature leather seats, a powered sunroof, soft-touch padded materials for the dashboard to enhance the airy and premium feel of the cabin.
The upcoming Honda City will be offered in both 1.5-litre petrol and diesel engines. Both engines are expected to be offered with manual and CVT automatic transmission options on the fifth-gen Honda City.
The upcoming Honda City will rival the new Hyundai Verna, the Skoda Rapid, the Volkswagen Vento and the Toyota Yaris in the Indian market. With all the new added features, we expect the next-gen Honda City to retail between Rs 10 lakh and Rs 15 lakh, ex-showroom (India).
Thoughts About The New Honda City ZX Features Leaked Ahead Of Launch
The new Honda City sedan comes equipped with few segment-first features, which should help compete against its primary segment-rival the Hyundai Verna. The addition of the lane monitoring system on the new sedan should help the drivers to travel safer in India.