The Honda Accord is finally available in the United States.
But for some people, that means a major update to the smartphone-based AirPod system is not in the cards.
We already knew that Honda was planning to make an update to its smartphone-connected AirPod systems, but the new model could bring a much more ambitious update, experts say.
The new Honda Accord has two different versions of the AirPod.
The standard model is the Honda Connected Navigator, which comes with a range of connectivity options, including Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, and a host of other things.
A Connected NAVigator with a Wi-fi antenna and Bluetooth headset is available at dealerships for $17,995.
The $20,995 model includes Bluetooth and Wi-FI as well as a range, but doesn’t include a range extender.
The Connected navigator also has a 3.5-inch touchscreen, but it is not as big as the 2.5 inches on the Connected models, which means the touchscreen is far more prominent and the navigates easier to navigate.
The Connected versions of both models come with an optional navigation system that works with an iPhone or Android phone.
But Honda has been teasing a more powerful version of the ConnectED Navigator for some time, according to industry sources.
Honda has been testing an updated version of its AirNavigator that has a touchscreen.
The Navigator with the touchscreen also comes with more sensors and a more sophisticated display, but not as many functions.
The touchscreen is the biggest advantage over the Connect-only version.
But it is unclear if the Navigator version will be released to the public, which would mean consumers would have to buy a new car or pay for a new smartphone.
Honda will likely sell only one version of a Connected version of each of its Connected-connected models, so if the new version adds features that make it more useful to some consumers, it could make the car’s price too high, said Dan Hirsch, senior analyst at auto research firm Edmunds.
When it comes to the Honda Fit, the company is also expected to make a big change to the phone-connected Fit.
The Fit, a Honda vehicle that has long been known for its compact design and fuel efficiency, is expected to be refreshed with a more streamlined look and feel.
The redesigned Fit is expected in 2018.
Hokkaido, Japan-based Honda Motor Co. said on Thursday that the first Fit will be available in 2019, which is just months after the first Connected Fit is due to come out.
The company has also said that it will make an updated Connected Connected with a 4.3-inch screen, although the new one is expected at dealers.
The first ConnectED Fit is also being introduced at a time when Honda is planning to release a more affordable version of this SUV, according the automaker.
The new model is expected for 2019.
This is not the first time Honda has launched an updated smartphone-enabled Connected product.
Last year, the automakers introduced a new version of Connected called Connected+ that added the ability to make phone calls, but also offered more connectivity options like Wi-Tech.
The Honda Connect-connected Connected is also set to be a big player in the smart car market.
Honda plans to launch the ConnectLink, a Bluetooth-connected connected car that will be sold in 2020.
It will also offer a range expansion pack called the ConnectX, which adds more connectivity, like a USB port and a charging dock, and the Connect Link, which will offer Wi-Wi-Fi connectivity.
In the long run, the Honda Smart Car will be a smart car that makes sense for the millions of people who rely on smartphones, but could also make sense for people who are more plugged into their cars, said Brian Peebles, president of automotive technology and consulting firm Peeves Consulting.
For now, it seems the new Connected model will be more of a mid-range option that offers more connectivity.