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LED Headlamps are better than conventional halogen lamps as they provide more visibility and range. LED with projectors is something which is the best currently. Xenon and Laser lights are the ones which very high end cars use.

LED Projectors are now becoming popular in affordable cars like Ignis/Dzire and upcoming Swift. Soon LED (with/without projectors) will start becoming a feature every car's top model will have.

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Images of the fifth generation of the Honda City have surfaced online. The images have been taken somewhere in Thailand and from the images, it appears that the new City slightly wider and longer than the outgoing car. What do you guys think of the upcoming City?

you can read more about it here - https://www.autocarindia.com/car-news/next-gen-honda-city-spied-for-the-first-time-413100

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Here is a rendering of the next-gen Honda City that has recently surfaced online. The new City has been redesigned to follow the brand's current design language. What do you guys think of this rendering? 

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The next-gen City's engine details have just been revealed. Engine options that will be offered globally include a new 1.0-litre turbo petrol engine. This engine will churn out around 120hp and will feature a turbo charger from Borg Warner. Gearbox choices would include a 6-speed manual as well as a CVT. This motor will be primarily aimed at the Thailand domestic market. 

The second engine option on the new City will be a 1.5-litre petrol mill coupled with Honda's new compact i-MMD mild-hybrid tech. Honda will offer this engine with a CVT gearbox and a 6-speed manual is also a possibility. The third engine option will be he 1.5-litre diesel powerplant that is available on the current-gen City and other Honda models in India.

You can head here for more info: https://www.autocarindia.com/car-news/next-gen-honda-city-engine-details-revealed-414457 

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A new set of spy pics of the next-gen Honda City have surfaced online. These new images show off the rear three-quarters and front three-quarters of one of the test mules. The cars in these images are sporting some level of camouflage. What do you guys think of the next-gen Honda City?
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Honda will reveal the new 2020 Honda City on November 25, 2019. The fifth-gen Honda city will first be launched in Thailand first followed by an India launch sometime in 2020. Are you guys excited for the new Honda City?

You can read more here - https://www.autocarindia.com/car-news/2020-honda-city-world-premiere-on-november-25-2019-414878

 

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Finally found a walkaround of the sportier RS variant of the new Honda City. It gets a gloss black honeycomb front grille with an RS emblem, LED fog lamps and headlamps, black side mirrors and trunk spoiler,  a more aggressive bumper + new 16-inch wheels. Inside, it gets  suede leather seats with red stitching and a red-themed instrument panel.

 

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Honda's also launched a host of Modulo accessories for the new City. The bodykit includes spoilers on the front and rear bumpers, side skirts. The Aero Sport Package adds a rear spoiler which can also be purchased separately. Other accessories include  LED fog lights, 15-inch turbine-style alloy wheels, alloy pedals, illuminated side sill plates and a dash cam.

 

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I have just come across some new images of the new Honda City that show both the interiors and the exteriors of the new model off in detail. These images appear to be of a sportier RS version of the city. What do you guys think of the new sedan?

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I appear that tuning shops have already started getting their hands on the new Honda City abroad, as I have found some pictured of a modified City RS. From the looks of things, the City has been fitted with new 15-inch wheels and tyres, new brakes, new suspension and new sportier bucket seats in the front. In my opinion, the mods are purpose-driven and should aid with bringing out the sporty character of the car, however, the wheels appear quite small, especially with the lower ride height. What do you guys think of the modifications?

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Here are some more pictures of the new Honda City RS modified. These images showcase the new City with a with different sets of aftermarket wheels. What do you guys think of the modification?

 

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Came across some rendering of what the new Honda City could look like as a hatchback. The renders are based on the design sketches of a City hatchback that surfaced a few months back. Looks interesting though the nose looks a little too long for the car to me atleast. What do you all think?

 

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NKSDesign has revealed two new body kits for the new City. The first one is inspired by the Honda NSX and it gets a new front bumper, that comes with a lower splitter and matching side skirts. The rear bumper sports a diffuser with the same number of fins as the NSX, and similarities even extend to the trapezoidal-shaped exhaust. Completing the kit is a prominent GT wing on the rear boot.

The next kit is inspired by the Civic Type R  and it gets new front and rear bumpers that are pretty much carbon copies of those found on the hot hatch, complete with large faux inlets in the corners, with the rear also featuring the triple-outlet exhaust and large wing.

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The hatchback version of the fifth-gen City will be offered in multiple international markets, including China, Brazil and potentially other South American markets. A few months back, the patent designs of the City hatchback surfaced online, which showed the design to be quite similar to the sedan’s till the C-pillar, beyond which it gets a well incorporated rear hatch. The rear also features wide horizontally placed tail-lights, shorter overhang and a more rounded appearance (due to the hatchback form factor), all of which look well proportioned. You can head here for more info: https://www.autocarindia.com/car-news/new-honda-city-hatchback-to-be-sold-in-multiple-markets-417346

 

Check out these renders showing what it could look like:

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