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Inside 2017 Honda Civic Si Development

The team behind the 10th Generation Civic Si talks about its inspiration and development

Rodrez
Mar 15, 2017
Photographer: American Honda

In early November of 2016, we had a chance to get up close and personal with the 10th generation Civic Si coupe as it was unveiled at a Honda shingdig in downtown Los Angeles. Since that time, not so much as a peep has come from the Honda camp in regards to the cars official release date, final power numbers, or anything else related to its availability and, as of this moment, that still stands.

2017 honda civic si interior Photo 2/5   |   2017 Honda Civic Si Interior

Much of the attention at that time surrounded the CTR debut and that's still the hottest Honda-related topic as of late. However, with these two cars finally set to hit the showroom this year, it's the Si that will be more readily available, more affordable, and highly sought after between the two. The Si model will have an effect on everyone, from the avid enthusiast that wants to jump into the 10th-gen. chassis and start building it up, to the unknowing new car buyer who likes the look of the standard coupe but stumbled upon the hotter Si and likes the thought of the additional power and proposed sportier interior and exterior bits.

2017 Honda Civic
$21,500 Base Model (MSRP) 31/40 MPG Fuel Economy

Until we get the final word on all of the specs and details for what Honda promises will be the "most powerful Si to date," here are a few words from the team that created the upcoming 10th generation Civic Si.

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