Monday, April 25, 2016

Introducing The Amazing 2017 Honda Hybrid Car With Apple Carplay

Honda is set to launch a new beautiful car this spring called the "2017 Honda Accord Hybrid".

According to whatcar , A hybrid car is one that uses more than one means of propulsion. At the moment, that means combining a normal petrol or diesel engine with an electric motor.

This new Honda car comes with the latest technology Honda has in their arsenal which includes but not limited to...

2017 Honda Hybrid Car New Features
==> Display Audio with Apple CarPlay® and Android Auto™.
==> Honda Sensing™ – a suite of advanced safety and driver-assistive technologies.
==> Hybrid-exclusive design features – a special aluminum hood and wheels.
==> Blue highlighted LED headlights and taillights.
“Hybrid” exterior badging.
And many more...

Now let me take you a stroll to the pictures gallery of this new vehicle from Honda.

According to Honda, this is their most fuel efficient car ever produced. They claimed this was made possible by totally re-engineering the powertrain, which now includes new electric motors plus a revised 2.0-liter gasoline engine to achieve the hybrid nature of the car.

The price of the car is yet to be made official until the launch date which is coming soon.


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