Honda Automobiles: Honda Civic Hatchback Prototype to Make North American Debut in New York

Posted on 01. Mar, 2016 by in Honda Canada

  • Civic Hatchback to entrance only forward of New York International Auto Show
  • Epic 10th-generation Civic tour continues as Honda rolls out a sportiest many expanded lineup in Civic history
  • Prototype offers best demeanour nonetheless during Euro competition hatch-inspired compress car

Fresh on a heels of a tellurian introduction during a Geneva Motor Show, a Honda Civic Hatchback Prototype will make a North American entrance in New York on Mar 22, only forward of a 2016 New York International Auto Show. The Civic Hatchback Prototype showcases a assertive new pattern of a 2017 Civic Hatchback, rising after this year as a third new Civic various in what constitutes a sportiest many expanded Civic lineup ever, including a 2016 Sedan and Coupe and still-to-come Civic Si variants and radical new Civic Type R.

With a sporty lines, Honda Turbo engine technology, hatchback application and an considerable list of reward comforts and cutting-edge reserve technology, a Civic Hatchback Prototype infuses a Civic lineup with an combined covering of five-door versatility, as good as a large sip of European prohibited induce styling.

Additional sum about a Civic Hatchback Prototype will be accessible on YouTube during on Mar 22 during 2:20 p.m. EST. For a latest information about a 10th-Generation Honda Civic Sedan and Coupe, greatfully revisit

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