Honda City Exteriors and Interiors Styling and Design
The Honda City has remained the Japanese carmaker's bread and butter and the leader in C-segment sedans for over a decade, and for a good reason. Besides the performance, refinement and build quality, the City is also known for its modern lines and aerodynamic design.
In its latest avatar, it retains the chunky chrome slab that was added in 2013. Flanking the shiny bit is a pair of LED headlights with daytime running lights that add to the aesthetic appeal. Around the back, the latest facelift replaces the conventional tail lamp clusters in favour of efficient LED units. The side profile
still maintains that arrow-head form and the line flows smoothly from the bonnet to the boot.
The City carries over those straight lines to the interior and adds a 7-inch touchscreen to the centre of the dashboard, which is mostly dominated by a black shade with silver accents. The door pads and seat covers get beige covers, which along with the sunroof, adds to the airy feel inside the cabin. The touch-based controls for the infotainment system and climate control give it a clean, flat look but make it difficult to use it without taking your eyes off the road.