Honda took the covers off its 2016 Accord during a press event at its Silicon Valley Innovation Center, showing off a car with a restyled front-end, LED lighting all around, and new cabin electronics. Driveline options carry over from the previous model year.
Honda retains its dual-screen approach to its infotainment interface, called Display Audio, using a touchscreen below and an LCD above. However, this new interface appears to eliminate some of the menu duplication and use both screens in a more sensible fashion.
The Accord can be optioned with navigation, using stored maps in the car. The main map is seen here on the touchscreen, and turn-by-turn directions, audio and other information can be displayed on the upper LCD.
Plugging an Android phone into the car's USB port enables Android Auto, using the phone's processor, GPS and data connection to power features such as navigation, audio and messaging. Shown here is Android Auto's standard tiled interface.