Honda has finally launched the first ever Honda Accord S with its 3D Navigation System, a software update to the previous version of the car that has been in production since 2010.
The latest update is a firmware update that adds a 3D mode to the system and can be accessed from the navigation screen.
The car is expected to be released in the fourth quarter of 2019.
In addition to the 3D modes, the new update brings a new car menu system, including new car options and new navigation features, including the ability to change lanes, switch from auto to manual and set up a speed limit.
There are also new maps for navigation and traffic, along with a new “Dodge” feature.
It’s not yet clear if the car will be offered in Japan.
Honda says that the update will also be made available in Europe, Australia and Canada.
Honda’s Accord S was announced in December of 2015 and was expected to debut sometime around 2021.
It has a range of 23,000 miles and starts at $30,000.