AutoComplete: Here's your first official look at Honda's Civic Hatchback
Today is Monday, August 15th and here's what's making news at road show.
The Civic hatch is here and its spectacular offering more cargo space and the same polarizing looks the five door Honda will come to the US this fall with a single engine option, a 1.5 liter turbo charge inline four.
There's a new sport terrain trim coming along for the ride which includes a center mounted exhaust This will serve as the basis for the forthcoming Civic Type R which will arrive in the US in 2017, color us excited.
Mercedes has teased its next big concept once again and this time it's given it a name, the vision Mercedes Maybach Six Concept will debug at [UNKNOWN] Beach this week And it's latest user shows a positively massive grill ultra thin head lights, and as with all concept cars side mirrors that have no functional value what so ever.
Infinity is teaching an old dog new tricks with its new VCT engine.
This turbo charged four cylinder can change its compression ratio on the fly, and it promises better fuel efficiency with an output similar to the 3.5 liter V6 that it will eventually replace.
It appears to be a bit more intensive than just applying the Atkinson cycle to a traditional engine but we'll know for sure when it day views at the Paris Motor Show at the end of September.
Find more on these stories over at the roadshow.com and we'll talk to you tomorrow.
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