With the introduction of the Honda Civic, the Japanese car company has once again become synonymous with sports cars.
The sporty car has always had a loyal following and has been a staple of the Japanese market since the mid-1980s.
Now it seems the Japanese company has taken it a step further, releasing a new Civic hatchback.
This new Civic Hatchback is built on the same platform as the previous generation, and will be the first Honda Civic hatchbacks to feature the latest generation of the Civic’s powerful, all-wheel drive system.
The car is equipped with a two-door hatchback layout that has a rear hatch and a side door.
The rear hatch is equipped on the right side of the vehicle while the side door is on the left.
The hatchback has a 1.5-liter four-cylinder engine that produces about 200 horsepower and 160 lb-ft of torque.
Civic will also offer a six-speed manual transmission.
The Civic Hatchbacks will be offered in three different colors, including red, black and yellow.
The red version will feature a black paint scheme that matches the interior and exterior colors of the previous model.
For the black and red versions, Honda will offer a three-year/40,000 mile option, which means the car can be driven for free for three years.
As for the yellow Civic hatch, Honda has also opted for a bolder, more aggressive color scheme, which will also come in three colors, black, white and red.
There are currently more than 60,000 Civic hatch cars on the road in Japan, with more than 4,000 of them built and sold.
This is not the first time that Honda has taken the concept of a sports car to the next level with its latest hatchback, which also had a turbocharged engine and four-wheel disc brakes.
In February, the company announced that it would be producing a hybrid sports car for the Japanese markets, which is due to be released later this year.