On the styling front, the updated model features a revised grille, modified bumpers and new lighting units.

Honda has announced plans to introduce the facelifted 2011 Accord (Euro-spec) at the Geneva Motor Show.

On the styling front, the updated model features a revised grille, modified bumpers and new lighting units. Speaking of the latter, Honda is particularly proud to announce the Accord will be offered with active cornering headlights and High Beam Support which automatically switches to low beams when a CMOS camera senses oncoming traffic.

Inside, the cabin is mostly unchanged but there's improved sound deadening, thicker rear windows, and new seat upholstery.

Under the hood, engine options carryover with minor modifications for improved efficiency and reduced emissions. Likewise, the automatic transmission has been optimized to become more eco-friendly.

The 2011 Honda Accord is scheduled to start arriving at European dealerships in April.

Check out the press release for additional information

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