The Japanese based automaker Honda has presented two concepts of the Civic Si at this edition of the Las Vegas SEMA Motor Show, under the Bisimoto Engineering Si Coupe and the Tjin Edition Si Sedan names, bringing a fresh look to the vehicles targeted North American auto market.
“The Honda Civic was instrumental in the first import-tuner movement in the U.S. during the ‘80s. The all-new Civic Si builds on that proud history by offering inspiring performance, improved fuel economy and a great platform for personalization”, said the vice president of Service and Technical Operations for American Honda Motor Co., Bruce Smith.
According to the manufacturer, the Bisimoto Engineering Si Coupe is packing an upgraded 2.4 liter engine fitted with a turbocharger, a new intake manifold and forged pistons, along with an Eibach suspension, a roll cage and a race-like interior.
Moving to the sedan version of the Civic Si Tjin Edition and we can mention the “almost standard” carbon fiber body kit, LED headlights, custom leather seats, revised trim, Realm Audio system and 19 inch alloy wheels.
Honda says that besides the vehicles signed by the tuner, it has also introduced the HFP package for the Civic Si Coupe which packs a new aerodynamic body kit, sport springs and 18 inch rims. You can watch the photo gallery below. Enjoy!