Honda’s 10th-generation Civic range has spawned its hatchback variant. The car debuts at the 2016 Paris auto show and will be in showrooms in the fall. It will be the first Civic hatch in the United States since the seventh-generation model early last decade.
Another new model bound for the U.S. is Volvo’s V90 Cross Country. It’s a more luxurious, more stylish replacement for the XC70 and should prove popular on the market. Just one powertrain will be available at next year’s launch but more are coming.
Volkswagen will use the upcoming Paris auto show to preview a future electric car. The preview will come in the form of a concept car, which the automaker has teased today.
You'll find all these stories and more in today's car news, right here at Motor Authority.
2017 Honda Civic Hatchback revealed ahead of 2016 Paris auto show
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