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Honda unveils the interior of its future models

Honda unveils in pictures the interior of its future models. On the program: sobriety, visibility and space.

Welcome aboard the future Honda! The Japanese manufacturer today gives a first glimpse of his new interior design philosophy. The brand publishes the first images of the interior of its next models. On the program: sobriety, visibility and space.

Clean dashboard and enhanced visibility

At the sight of the pictures broadcast, the dashboard of Honda will in the future be refined, thin and horizontal. The buttons will give way to screens and visibility will be accentuated thanks to a low bonnet and visual clutter reduced to a minimum, notably via extremely thin windshield uprights.

The manufacturer ensures that this new type of cabin, simple and human-based, is inspired by old Honda. Discover this new philosophy in video.

For the moment, Honda has not yet indicated when this new interior will arrive on a production model, or even which vehicle will be the first to benefit from it. To be continued…

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