The Honda Odyssey Mini-Van Concept introduces at the Chicago Auto Show. The new design with a sleek and distinctive exterior styling, and set to debut this fall. The next-generation Odyssey adds sleek styling, new functionality and higher fuel economy to best-selling minivan. The Odyssey Concept dramatically changes from conventional minivan styling with its low and wide stance, highlighted by a “lightning-bolt” beltline that further distinguishes the vehicle’s profile.
Compared to the current Honda Odyssey, the Concept’s slightly lower roofline (-1.0 inch) and wider stance (+1.4 inch) contribute to a sleeker, stronger and more dynamic presence with improved aerodynamics that help increase fuel economy. Forthcoming improvements to the production Honda Odyssey’s interior are designed to further enhance the current model’s accommodating space for people and cargo.
With enhanced aerodynamics and advanced powertrain technologies, the all-new 2011 Odyssey is expected to achieve an EPA-estimated fuel economy rating1 of 19 city/28 highway mpg.
The third generation mini-van Honda Odyssey’s unique features, including 3rd-Row Magic Seat and efficient i-VTEC V-6 engine with three-mode Variable Cylinder Management. The Honda Odyssey can accommodate up to eight people (seven on Odyssey LX).