Honda Accord Tourer Concept

Concept Cars 13 Sep 2007
Honda Accord Tourer Concept

The Accord Tourer Concept is a preview of the forthcoming next generation production Accord, which will debut at Geneva 2008. Among the innovations are the sleeker and sportier look and an entirely Euro-5 compliant engine line-up.

The Accord Tourer Concept gives an indication of the design direction for the next generation Accord – on sale in Europe from mid-2008. It features a wider, lower look which signals a more sporty styling approach.

Honda Accord Tourer Concept Honda Accord Tourer Concept

Compared to its predecessor, the new model has sleeker proportions, yet greater width, which makes for a more spacious cabin and also allows for an increase in the track to improve handling.

Honda Accord Tourer ConceptThe all-new Accord will be powered by a range low emissions engines: it will offer an entirely Euro 5-compliant engine line-up.

Two gasoline engines of 2.0 and 2.4-liter and a 2.2-liter diesel engine mirror those in the current Accord range, but power output will be boosted and emissions and fuel economy improved.

Production versions of the new Accord will debut in Saloon and Tourer forms at the 2008 Geneva Motor Show.

(Source: Honda)

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