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New Honda Civic concept unveiled at New York Auto Show

Honda, the Japanese automaker surprised everyone by presenting the new Civic concept at the 2015 New York Auto Show. The new “ultra-sporty Civic concept” previews the tenth-generation production model. The concept paves the way for a new styling philosophy set to make its debut on the 2016 Civic, which will be made available in the […]

  • Shilpa Chopra
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2016 Honda Civic concept

Honda, the Japanese automaker surprised everyone by presenting the new Civic concept at the 2015 New York Auto Show.

2016 Honda Civic concept side profile

The new “ultra-sporty Civic concept” previews the tenth-generation production model. The concept paves the way for a new styling philosophy set to make its debut on the 2016 Civic, which will be made available in the following body styles- Sedan, Coupe, Si, Hatchback and Type R.

2016 Honda Civic concept rear

The concept features a longer wheelbase in a lower and wider body with an elongated bonnet and shorter overhangs. Upfront is Honda’s “Flying H” grille, which is flanked by LED headlamps. Below the grille is a large air intake. It features a shorter rear deck and more pronounced fender arches. The rear end of the concept gets fixed wing, a single hexagonal center-mounted exhaust tip and interconnected LED taillights.

The production model of the 2016 Honda Civic (US-spec) will be powered by a 1.5-litre VTEC Turbo direct-injection engine, which will be paired to a six-speed short-shifting gearbox or CVT. The car will be equipped with a range of safety and security features including adaptive cruise control, Forward Collision Warning, Multi-Angle Rearview Cameria, etc.

 

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