Upcoming Models and Prototypes

2017 Honda Civic Si

When you’re shopping for a small car, you can’t go wrong with the Honda Civic. That statement has been true for many years, and with every new generation the Honda Civic proves itself again as an efficient, peppy, reliable, and sophisticated choice. The 2017 Honda Civic Si is all of these things and some, featuring an extra-exhilarating performance and a sportier design that will appeal to many.

The upcoming 2017 Honda Civic Si will be powered by a 1.5-liter turbocharged engine, delivering a generous 205 horsepower and an impressive 192 lb.-ft. of torque. Paired with carefully tuned suspension which gets a special treatment in Sport Mode, the Honda Civic Si promises to offer a nimble and thrilling ride.

Stylistically it’s easy to tell that the new 2017 Honda Civic Si will offer something extra special beyond the regular Civics. Available in either coupe or sedan style, the Honda Civic Si has a low, aerodynamic body with sleek, windswept lines. Paired with the rear wing, this look both helps the Civic Si to hug to road at tight turns, and also looks unmistakably handsome. The unique Center-Outlet Sport Exhaust System gives a satisfying rumble with every application of the throttle, and is complemented nicely by the 18-inch alloy wheels.

On the inside, the 2017 Honda Civic Si will have a luxurious cockpit filled with quality technology, like USB ports and a 450-watt premium audio system. With sport bucket seats in the front and a six-speed manual shifter, the Civic Si promises to offers as much sophistication as it does power.

To learn more about what this new model will have to offer or when it will be available, give us a call today.

The all-new 2018 Honda Odyssey

Coming soon.

The all-new 2018 Honda Odyssey minivan will make its global debut at the 2017 North American International Auto Show on January 9. The 5th-generation 2018 Honda Odyssey has been completely redesigned and will feature new powertrain technology, sophisticated styling and showcase a new suite of innovative features, making it the ultimate in family-friendly design and packaging. The Honda press conference will take place at 12:00 p.m. EST on January 9, 2017.

Through five generations, the Honda Odyssey has consistently met the evolving needs of American families. The most popular minivan with individual American car buyers for six years running, the Odyssey is leading again in 2016. In addition, the Honda Odyssey has been the most popular minivan with under-35-year-old buyers in every year since 2010, and American car buyers have purchased nearly 2.5 million Odyssey minivans since its 1994 debut.


2018 Odyssey

An official teaser sketch of the all-new Odyssey was released, along with four “teaser scribbles” from children of the Ohio-based Odyssey Development Team. These “scribbles” represent bold and youthful design, but the company admits adopting these futuristic illustrations “as is” from these doodling designers could present a variety of real world challenges, so more testing and validation will be required.
“We wanted to have a bit of fun by sharing some of the drawings from children of the Odyssey team members, since they were inspirational in shaping the family-friendly direction of the all-new Odyssey,” said Chad Harrison, chief engineer at Honda R&D America and the development leader of the new Odyssey.

Honda Civic Type R Prototype

Radical New Honda Civic Type R Prototype Debuts in Paris; Making its North American Debut at the 2016 SEMA Show in Las Vegas

Fresh on the heels of the sales launch of the 2017 Civic Hatchback, the next-generation Civic Type R had its global debut in prototype form today at the 2016 Paris auto show. The radical new Civic Type R, with its sporty and sleek hatchback design and track-ready performance, will make its North American debut at the 2016 SEMA Show in Las Vegas, November 1-4, 2016, marking the arrival of the first-ever Honda-badged Type R in the U.S.

For more information about the 10th-Generation Honda Civic Sedan, Coupe, new Civic Hatchback and the Civic Type R Prototype please visit hondanews.com/channels/civic and automobiles.honda.com/future-cars/civic-type-r.