The Honda City 7th Generation is a compact car which has been produced by the Japanese manufacturer Honda. The seventh generation City is Honda's second model to incorporate the new design. The Honda City in its range topping trim features extensive premium equipment and kits, such as touch-panel auto climate control, rear AC vents, a 5-inch LCD display with navigation, Bluetooth audio, a reverse camera, eight speakers, and four power outlets. The overall height is increased by 10mm, while rest of the dimensions remains same. The 7th Generation Honda City was introduced in 2020 worldwide. The 2020 Honda City is a front engine front wheel drive subcompact sedan. The 7th Generation Honda City features a revamped design language that's is considerably more aerodynamically efficient compared to the previous generation, as well as a new range of more powerful, cleaner and much more efficient engines now that will power the 7th Generation Honda City. The exterior of the 2020 Honda City features a brand new design language. The front end houses sharp trapezium styled side swept headlights with integrated LED daytime running lights, an angular grille with a surround chrome accent, a trapezium air intake and dual standard fog lights. The rear end houses large aggressively designed side swept taillights and a chrome trim piece running the length of the trunk. The interior of the 7th Generation Honda City compromises of black and polished silver plastic trim pieces. The front and rear seats are covered in fabric. Standard features include tire pressure monitoring system, climate control, cruise control, 12-Volt power outlet, stereo speaker audio system, 5.0-inch multi-information display, traction control, electronic stability control, power door mirrors and keyless entry. Options include, push button start, 2-zone automatic climate control with air filtration system, leather upholstery, satellite navigation with Apple CarPlay and Andriod Auto integration, voice control, power moonroof and cruise control.