The 2021 Honda Odyssey will make its public debut next month at the New York Auto Show.
The 2021 model receives premium interior design upgrades, the standard Honda Sensing, an industry-first rear-seat reminder system integrating the CabinWatch camera.
Exterior updates include, in particular, new LED headlights, redesigned grille and front facia, the Odyssey Elite 19-inch alloy wheels, auto-dimming side mirrors.
The powertrain remains the same: a 3.5-liter 280-hp i-VTEC V6 with Variable Cylinder Management (VCM) and a 10-speed automatic transmission along with push-button start.
The current 2020 Honda Odyssey takes the first place in the minivan category in the Unites States. It is also a finalist for the 2020 Best Minivan for the Money award from U.S. News & World Report. The current prices are between $30,690 – $47,320.
Honda builds the next 2021 Odyssey for North America at its plant in Lincoln, Alabama only, along with the Pilot, Passport, Ridgeline. The model will go on sale later this year. Pricing details will follow over time, after the April premiere at New York.