The 2018 Honda Accord will be at the 2018 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, the world’s largest electronics show.
The car will be driven by an executive from Honda of America and be displayed at the show.
It is the first car from the brand since it was founded in 1966.
Here’s what you need to know about the Honda Accord performance-driven 2018.
When it comes to performance, the Honda’s most powerful engine, the V6, was redesigned with the V10.
This engine uses a 6.2-liter twin-turbo V8 with a 667-horsepower peak and peak torque of 6,038 lb-ft.
The new engine is available in the V7 and V8 variants, but the V8 version is available only in the Accord sedan and the V9, which are both powered by a 2.3-liter turbocharged four.
In its debut, the Accord will have a 2-liter diesel engine that is rated at 549 horsepower and a peak torque rating of 665 lb-foot.
The Honda Accord was designed to be the “premium sports car.”
It offers a range of standard and advanced options, including the adaptive cruise control, the driver-assistance features like lane departure warning, and the ability to drive the car up to 40 miles per hour in the city.
It has a three-speed automatic transmission with paddle shifters and an electronic locking rear differential.
The sedan comes with a six-speed manual transmission.
The Accord sedan also offers advanced features like the new S.A.T. infotainment system, lane departure alert, automatic climate control, blind spot monitoring, and adaptive cruise.
The Accord is available with a five-star safety rating.
The V8 comes with the latest safety features, including lane departure and automatic emergency braking.
In addition, the 2018 Accord sedan features a rearview camera that has two cameras that can record video and audio from the windshield, windshield wipers, and rearview mirrors.
Honda says that when it comes time to sell the car, the car’s driver can request an electronic backup camera, which can also record video.
In a statement, Honda said that the 2018 Honda is the most powerful and fastest-selling model in the company’s history, with more than 100,000 vehicles sold since it launched in 2014.