2018 Odyssey Design
Available in eight bold and vivid colors, creating a Honda Odyssey that reflects your own personal style has never been easier. When these colors come together with the redesigned front end, your 2018 Odyssey is sure to turn more than a few heads. Highlighting the new front end are LED headlights that are sure to brighten up even the darkest of New Mexican nights. These LED lights feature auto-on/off technology in order to use less energy when they aren't needed. Plus, automatic lights mean you'll never have to wonder if you've forgotten to turn them off while you're in the middle of enjoying your entrée.
Because the engineers and designers at Honda know that you don't always have a free hand when you're loading up your Odyssey with gear for your weekend away, they've installed a hands-free power tailgate. A sensor located underneath the rear bumper is able to detect when you swipe your foot underneath it, and will automatically open the tailgate when it senses your foot. In order to accommodate to any vertically-challenged individuals, the tailgate can be adjusted to different heights so you'll always be able to grab onto it no matter if you're 6'1" or 5'4".
2018 Odyssey Technology
The tailgate isn't the only smart feature on the 2018 Odyssey. Each Odyssey trim level is home to a host of standard and available technologies that have been designed to make driving easier, and to keep you and your family safe on the roads. For example, the available Blind Spot Information System is like having eyes in the back of your head that constantly work to keep your family safe. Sensors along the side panels keep watch over your blind spots and can even send you alerts when they detect that other vehicles are currently in an area that you might not be able to see, and let you know that it isn't safe to change lanes.
Also available on the 2018 Odyssey is the innovative Lane Keeping Assist System. Much like the Blind Spot Information System, this feature utilizes a sensor to view the area around your Odyssey. This time, the sensor is located at the front of the vehicle, and is able to read the road markings to get an idea of your position within your lane. When the system detects that you're beginning to unintentionally veer out of your lane, it will automatically adjust the steering to help keep you in the center of your lane. The system will not completely take over your steering, however, and it is up to you to keep your Odyssey in its proper place.