Honda has recently pulled the wraps off its latest creation, the JDM-spec Odyssey, which will go on sale this fall.
The first details with the JDM-spec Honda Odyssey have been recently released by the Japanese based automaker, which is getting ready for its future customers, who will be able to order it by the end of the year. Honda says that the Odyssey JDM has an evolutionary design, which is highlighted by the sweptback headlights, the shorter hood, the prominent front grille, the tailgate mounted spoiler, the distinctive taillights or the gently flowing surfaces.
The interior design of the model has a carried-over styling and here we can see the metallic accents, the wood trim, the infotainment system or even the integrated footrest into the reclining second row seats, which can be ordered as an option. The Honda Odyssey JDM is riding on a revised platform which has an “ultra low floor”, contributing to the spacious cabin.
“Honda was preceded published on the website of Honda from Thursday 26 September, the new information will be released on “Odyssey” in the fall. It inherits the DNA of former model who has created a new value of multiplayer passenger car for the first time in the period, with the aim of a new era “comfortable moving space”, the new Odyssey as a fifth generation, the revamped platform”, as the carmaker says in its official press release.
More details on the model, including its price list, are limited for the moment and will probably be announced over the following weeks, close to its market launch.