The hatchback variant of Honda City is expected to be equipped with a 1.0-liter turbocharged sedan like the one.
Honda officially announced the City hatchback model will be introduced globally on November 24. In addition to the hatchback variant, Honda also launched a City hybrid called e: HEV in Thailand. The Model City is powered by a hybrid engine that debuted in Malaysia.
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Information about the hatchback variant of Honda City used to appear on social networks in the form of 3D drawings.
Basically, the City hatchback is not too different from the current sedan variant. Vehicles sharing the design of headlights, grille, bonnet and front bumper. The body of the City hatchback also has ribs running from front to back and linked to the taillights.
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The tail of the hatchback variant is equipped with horizontal taillights, and above it is equipped with a short, sporty wing. The overall dimensions of the City hatchback will be shorter than the sedan variant, but the wheelbase remains the same.
Most likely the City hatchback’s engine is the same 1.0-liter turbocharged sedan variant. This engine block produces a capacity of 120 horsepower, maximum torque of 173 Nm. Vehicles using front-wheel drive, automatic transmission with a 7-speed simulator.