Civic that will go around your BMW

Civic that will go around your BMW

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The Japanese automaker said it will bring it to the SEMA tuning show in 2021 in Las Vegas. These will be two racing prototypes based on the “charged” sedan Honda Civic Si, and one of them will go on sale. In addition, the company will present a set of accessories for civilian four-doors.

The first prototype was named Team Honda Research West Civic Si and was built by a team of enthusiasts from various Honda divisions. The prototype was equipped with a modified engine with new software, modified intake and cooling systems, and a titanium exhaust. The power of the power unit is not disclosed, the standard engine in the Civic Si produces 200 horsepower.

Also, the Team Honda Research West Civic Si prototype received more powerful brakes, carbon body parts, additional aerodynamic elements and a roll cage in the cabin. This prototype will remain one of a kind, but will still take part in demonstration races at one of the American races.

The second car for the show is the official track version of the Civic Si, which was prepared according to the regulations of the SRO TC Americas racing series. The engine of such a “four-door” differs only in a more efficient cooling system, modified gear ratios of a standard 6-speed manual transmission with a limited slip differential, as well as a Borla exhaust system. The suspension uses Bilsein and Eibach adjustable components, as well as Wilwood 6-piston calipers. Inside the car, we note the OMP racing seats and roll cage.

Honda plans to sell such a sedan to everyone, but prices have not yet been announced.

In addition to the finished prototypes, Honda will showcase a set of accessories for the Civic Si from Honda Performance Development at the show. Among them there will be mainly various kinds of lining for the body. They can be ordered from official Honda dealers along with the civilian sedan.

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  • Felix CintronNovember 3, 2021 23:21

    Is the new wagon Honda Accord

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