Custom 2020 Toyota Supra Render Looks Worthy Of Sema

Custom 2020 Toyota Supra Render Looks Worthy Of SEMA

If you like your Japanese sports cars and you’ve followed our coverage of the 2019 SEMA Show, then you definitely noticed a total of five spectacular GR Supra concepts, featuring heavy to moderate modifications.

New Suzuki Jimny Looks Just As Good As A Five-door

New Suzuki Jimny Looks Just As Good As A Five-Door

The reception to the latest-generation Suzuki Jimny has been hugely positive and we wouldn't be at all surprised if the car manufacturer decided to cash-in on the interest for the tiny off-roader by offering a selection of different body types. These two renderings preview a five-door Jimny.

2020 Honda Civic Si Gets Faster Acceleration, More Aggressive Looks

2020 Honda Civic Si gets faster acceleration, more aggressive looks

Honda is giving the 2020 Civic Si some upgrades to its exterior styling and a slight boost to its acceleration giddyup. The coupe and sedan versions go on sale Sept. 6.

First, the stying changes. The lower-bumper fog lights, now LEDs, are now encased in gloss-black surrounds and feature a body-color crossbar. The "wing" grille crossbar is also updated, appearing slightly narrower than before, while both the Si Coupe and Sedan get upgraded to LED headlights with wider and longer light beams.

In back, the Si sedan gets fresh body-color inserts at the sides of the bumper. Both the Sedan and Coupe models now ride on matte black 18-inch allow wheels with all-season tires. There are also updated sport seats with red accents on the seat bottoms and backs, plus new red trim highlighting the instrument panel. They add to the interior upgrades made for 2019 that included an updated display audio system with physical buttons and a volume knob and larger cupholders.

The 2020 Civic Si sticks with the same 1.5-liter turbocharged inline-four engine as the 2018 version, which makes 205 horsepower and 192 pound-feet of torque, and the same six-speed manual transmission. But new for 2020 is a final-drive ratio that is shorter by 6%, helping to give a nudge to acceleration.

All trim levels of the Si Sedan and Coupe get standard Honda Sensing safety and driver-assist technologies that include new automatic high beams, adaptive cruise control and collision mitigation braking. They also get Active Sound Control, which uses the audio system to amplify the engine sound during aggressive driving.

Both the Civic Si Coupe and the Si Sedan will start at $25,930 including destination, which is a $700 increase over 2019.