port & polish everything
double wishbones, exhaust header, 7000+ rpm redline...
On some models the highbeam is still incan, dunno if that's enough to warm up the headlights though. With modern engines getting 40% efficiency, there isn't much waste heat to help.You know what would be cool to see in the 11th gen? A new headlight design, where headlights are not tucked away to become snow collectors and/or have heaters in the lenses to help clear collected snow.
Asking for a friend or two. 😛
So yes the article has bad photoshops and not much firm, but they are taking the stand that it will be 2023 model so we won't have to wait long to see if they are right at all. Sometimes the press gets stuff "off the record", so there may or may not be anything behind the article.That was an article that contained several paragraphs- yet said nothing. All they did was do a very cheap photoshop job on the current Accord- leaving 99% of the car the same. They put new wheels on it, made the headlights and grille look like the current Civic, and did a modification of the taillights. Everything else is the same. They indicate that they think that they'll do a minor restyling of the Accord- yet they have nothing to base that on other than the fact that Honda took the more adventurous styling and mellowed it out a bit... so given that the current Accord is pretty mellow- they aren't likely to make big changes. With that said, every Accord generational change in the past twenty years has been a rather substantial reworking of the car- with no (or very little) carried over from the previous generation in terms of design.
We'll just have to wait.