The all-new 2018 Odyssey will make its Canadian debut at the Canadian
International Auto Show. Launching at dealerships nationwide this spring, the completely
redesigned Odyssey will feature new powertrain technology, sophisticated
styling and showcase a new innovative features, making it the ultimate in
family-friendly design and packaging.
Sophisticated and Family-Friendly Design
Odyssey’s new styling adopts Honda’s signature flying wing front grille flanked
by available LED front headlights. The Odyssey’s signature lightning bolt
beltline now provides an even more elegant design element with the sliding door
tracks hidden in the lower portion of the rear quarter windows. At the rear
there are LED taillights and an available new hands-free power tailgate with
connectivity is taken to a whole new “family connectivity” concept. Old-fashioned family connectivity – sometimes
called a conversation – is made easier than ever with the quietest cabin in the
class, and is augmented with a multitude of new connected-vehicle features and
Additional Features and
new standard and available features include LED headlights, heated and
ventilated front seats, heated side mirrors and steering wheel, auto high-beam
headlights, rain-sensing wipers, lane watch, blind spot information, front and
rear parking sensors, rear cross traffic monitor, electric parking brake with brake
hold, three-zone automatic climate control, wireless device charging,
multi-zone audio, Sirius 2.0, HD Radio™, and HondaVac® in-vehicle vacuum.
Honda Civic Type R Prototype, first seen in Canada at the Montreal
International Auto Show, will join the all-new Odyssey at CIAS, offering
insight into the styling of the next-generation Civic Type R. The halo of the
Civic line-up and first ever Honda to wear the Type R badge will mark the last
of five all-new 10th generation Civics.
Honda Canada Inc. (HCI) was founded in 1969 and is the parent company for
both Honda and Acura vehicle brands in Canada.
The company has produced more than 7.7 million cars and light trucks
since 1986 at its two manufacturing facilities and builds engines at a third
manufacturing plant in Alliston, Ontario.
Both manufacturing facilities are extremely flexible and currently build
Honda Civic and CR-V models. Honda Canada has invested more than $4.7
billion in Canada and each year it sources nearly $2.1 billion in goods and
services from Canadian suppliers. Honda Canada has sold more than four million
Honda and Acura passenger cars and light trucks in Canada.