The 2016 Honda Civic sedan has made an early appearance undisguised in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
The 10th-generation Honda Civic will make its official debut next week, but fortunately a forum member over at CivicX caught the sedan in all its glory ahead of time.
Some styling characteristics have been carried over from the concept that debuted at the 2015 New York Auto Show, but unsurprisingly, the production Civic has been toned down significantly compared to the concept. The rear end is quite interesting, giving a bit of a liftback appearance with a coupe-like bodyline, while the “boomerang” tail lights did make their way to the production model, even though they don’t span the entire back end of the car like in the concept.
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There’s also quite a bit of chrome being used on the front fascia and door sill, at least on this particular model. Expect more details on the 2016 Honda Civic when it makes its official debut next week and AutoGuide.com will be on hand at the event to get detailed photos. For now, let us know in the comments section below what you think of what Honda did for its next-generation Civic in the comments – are you disappointed it’s not as aggressive and sporty as the concept?
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