Honda is, in fact, slowly expanding the 11th-generation Civic lineup. After unveiling the sedan and hatchback variations of the traditionally popular model, it is announcing plans to introduce the enthusiast-friendly Si on October 19, 2021.
The Si is going to stand out from other members of the Civic clan. In fact, with a look of its own. The rear lights are in fact darker than the standard sedans. Moreover, a reasonably large rear wing, and, thus, of course, the red “Si” emblem is on the trunk lid. In fact, the image shows the sedan. Moreover, Honda is no longer selling a Civic Coupe. Thus, the hatchback won’t receive the Si treatment.
Honda Civic Si – Manual Transmission
Previously confirmed, the Honda Si is going to be available with a manual transmission. Then the front-wheel-drive is going to come standard like it always has. However, the technical specifications haven’t been releasing yet. The last-generation Si has been retiring after the 2020 model year was powered by a 1.5-liter four-cylinder engine that is turbocharging to develop 205 horsepower plus 192 pound-feet of torque. That is for context. This engine is going to return in the 2022 model with several revisions. Plus more power, but nothing is official yet.
On October 19th, there are full details about the next-generation Honda Civic Si. In fact, the sedan is going to join the rest of the Civic range in showrooms across the United States for the 2022 model year. Moreover, the pricing information has not yet been releasing. However, its predecessors have all been somewhat affordable. There is nothing that suggests the new model is going to break this tradition. Looking ahead, it’s a good time to be a fan of Honda’s fast cars: the range-topping Type R is going to, in fact, return for the 2023 model year.