The new Honda Civic 2016 can be described as a perfect redesigned version of its immediate predecessor, however, it appears everything on the new Civic has been changed except for some few traditional features. This is a powerful modern sedan with a coupe body type. The first noticeable feature of this car is its unique external body design. A preview of the car was displayed at the 2015 New York Auto Show and not much information has been released by the car manufacturer but one thing is certain — the new Honda Civic will be different from any coupe-style sedan you have ever seen.
The 2016 Honda Civic coupe — features to expect
The brand new 2016 Honda Civic coupe is expected to deliver up to 300 horsepower and this is a 10th generation Civic coupe with a lime-green color concept alongside a 20-inch rim that make the sedan glittering and stylish. This sedan is expected to be the first 5-door. The next generation of Civic is expected to come with a new generation of twin-cam VTEC engines, one with a 2.0 liter and a 4.0 liter while the 1.5 liter turbo will be an upgrade. The new Honda Civic coupe is expected to come with a 6-speed manual while the 2.0-liter turbo engine will deliver up to 300 horsepower. As part of the Honda 2016 Civic concept, the type R model of this new Civic will be more aggressive in terms of performance of structure. The new Civic will be a little longer but with a shorter front, likewise the new model is expected to be a little wider than its immediate predecessor, thus it will end as a notch-back trunk with a fast roofline. It comes with a front and rear LED lighting and these connect the taillight clusters. The final designs of the new Honda Civic are now being perfected at the company’s Los Angeles studio. The price of the new Civic has not been released however; many believed that the uniqueness of this range will make it costlier than previous Civic models. With the latest upgrades being performed on this new model, it is most likely that the car will be released in the first or second quarter of 2016.