The 2018 Honda Accord may still be kept under tight lock and key but it’s been revealed that this all-new sedan will be growing bigger, similar to the Toyota Camry.
Judging from spy shots, it’s obvious that the Honda Accord will be bigger than its previous generations. A report from AutoGuide states that the new Accord will be employing a bigger version of the Civic and the upcoming CR-V’s architecture. This built will be similar to Volkswagen’s agile MQB modular architecture.
The 2018 US-spec Toyota Camry, on the other hand, will be coming with a much longer wheelbase, wider body and tracks, longer roof and along with larger set of wheel arches.
Wheels reports that the model’s length will be hiked up to 4859mm, marking a 10mm increase. It’s width will be 1839mm, with a 20mm increase and its wheelbase receives a 50mm increase to 2824mm. However, the model’s height has been decreased to 1440mm, from its previous 1470mm.
The all-new Honda Accord will be making its debut towards the second half of this year and sales are expected to begin mid-2018.