Honda was planning on introducing its redesigned 2021 Odyssey minivan at the New York Auto Show in early April. That plan went out the window with the announcement this week that the NYC show had been pushed back to August in response to the coronavirus outbreak.
Not to be dissuaded from presenting its updated minivan, Honda went ahead and delivered some images and details about the 2021 Odyssey. Here’s what the model has in store for next year.
Aesthetically, the changes start with new LED headlights that Honda promises are more powerful and more efficient, and which will feature in all trims. The black grille has been redesigned and is now decorated with a chrome band up top. The lower bumper has also been redesigned with new fog lamp housings.
Inside, some controls, such as the temperature controls, have been relocated. The second row seats now fold flat, which should make it easier to remove them when needed. The quality of materials, presentation and equipment has also been improved.