The new Honda Civic for the US market officially appears

Like the deceased Civic C Coupe, the new Honda Civic 11 will be produced in Canada at the Alliston plant. The mid-sedan of the Japanese brand is officially appearing in the American version, and there will be slight changes in other markets.

Shown in the Touring Edition, the new Honda Civic 2022 will not be definitively launched in the US market until April 28, but it will not be alone in the US. The hatchback model will be produced in Greensburg, Indiana.

In this teaser, we can see that the style of the new Honda Civic 2022 has left it more conservative, reducing the expression of the 10th generation and betting on an approach with the Accord, which has just won a new release in Brazil, the hybrid e: HEV arriving in the second semester.

With dark details, the new Honda Civic Touring features a black grille, as well as triple headlights with a black visor. The LEDs are also likely to be dark.

The bumper features black moldings with LED fog lights, new Honda Civic Touring chrome strips on the windows, sporty aluminum wheels, power sunroof and side skirts.

The new Honda Civic for the US market officially appears

Using the same platform as the previous generation, as usual in the Civic, the new sedan will maintain the multi-link rear suspension and mechanics known in Brazil for the American market, with the R20 2.0 i-VTEC engine powering 155 hp and 19.5 kg per minute over the most recent versions of Cockroaches.

On the Touring version, the drive should be the L15 1.5 VTC Turbo with dual control VTEC and direct fuel injection, with 173 hp and 22.4 kg / m2. The manual transmission should be maintained with the CVT option in the states.

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We should also wait for the new Honda Civic hatchback in the Si edition, as an option for the sedan, using the L15 1.5 VTC Turbo of 208 hp, thus preserving the sports car in the American market, as it should be presented in two versions of the finish in this case. Here, rumors speak of the end of production, and thus potential Canadian imports. wait …

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