2014 Honda Civic Coupe Is More Powerful, Gets Redesign
Nov 06, 2013 11:52
Honda will premiere the revised 2014 Civic Coupe at the Las Vegas SEMA show. The redesign will be more pronounced with the coupe's re-styled front end featuring a busier grille treatment, new headlights, reworked bumper with different openings, plus a new hood and fender designs. There will also be new taillight lenses, redesigned rear bumper, new side mirrors and wheel designs.
The sportier Civic Si Coupe will also add aggressive styling cues such as a bespoke lower front bumper garnish and apron, a different rear bumper with a diffuser and larger 18 inch wheels.
The Si Coupe's exhaust systems gets a tune up too and will boost the 2.4 liter inline four's peak output by 4hp and a maximum torque by 4 lb-ft for a total of 205hp and 174 lb-ft of torque.
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