Honda Civic Si Looks Sporty In These Spy Shots

Posted: Jul 18 2016, 9:05am CDT | by , Updated: Jul 18 2016, 11:34pm CDT, in News | Cars & Vehicles

Honda Civic Si Looks Sporty in These Spy Shots
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  • Honda Civic Si Spy shots revealed the sporty look

The spy shots reveal the sporty and mature look of the car.

We have gotten here the exclusive pictures of the Honda next-gen Civic Si Coupe. The photos captured by AutoBlog spy shooters show that Si will have a different look than its sibling car Civic Type R which is introduced in the United States. It has a subdued look if compared to Civic Type R.

The spy shots show a more aggressive and prominent looking front than the standard coupe. It has large and angular depressions at the front, which support the central air take. There’s loads of tape on the front which shows that something particular is hidden beneath this mask.

We detected a cooling element behind the lower take of this car. This might be used for cooling the 2.0 liter engine that this car will support. It will have a turbo-charged four-cylinder engine. It is said that it will work on a horsepower of 230bhp. One can see that Honda has taken considerate amount of time in order to style this car.

It has a large exhaust opening that is pretty visible from the rear bumper. We are excited to see that how amazing it would really look when the car will be released. The car will come with a six-speed manual transmission.

It will have red stitching on the seats and steering wheel. We will also get to see carbon fiber trim on its dash giving it a stylish look. It also have alcantara fabric on the doors.

We have got so many pictures with us. This Civic Si Coup will go on sale somewhere in 2017. It is possible that it will make a debut at the end of year 2016. Otherwise we can expect it to see on motor shows in LA or Detroit next year.

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