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So according to this picture there is a 2-Door Sportback model along with the 4-Door Sportback model...
Which is reminiscence of the 1986-89 Acura Integra which both were liftbacks

What do you guys think...Im here for them both....
 

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My money would bet hard on this being fake, that two door does not exist without an equivalent civic, as already stated by various Acura reps. The trims are a better guess as that follows pretty closely with the rest of the Acura line but there is still a problem. Ventilated seats, nothing on the civic platform has them, including the CR-V which is a big miss for that segment. That's at least plausibly fixable but there's not enough evidence that the necessary engineering work fot the two door even exists for a new bodystyle in 2023.
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I didn’t realize the CRV was part of the Civic platform ………..


My money would bet hard on this being fake, that two door does not exist without an equivalent civic, as already stated by various Acura reps. The trims are a better guess as that follows pretty closely with the rest of the Acura line but there is still a problem. Ventilated seats, nothing on the civic platform has them, including the CR-V which is a big miss for that segment. That's at least plausibly fixable but there's not enough evidence that the necessary engineering work fot the two door even exists for a new bodystyle in 2023. View attachment 240
 

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I didn’t realize the CRV was part of the Civic platform ………..
Always has been since the first CRV derived form the 6th gen civic. Obviously the different vehicle format means a lot of body changes but the mechanicals and electronics remain quite close. Like classic integras, (but not the ilx/22 which very close structurally) or just like the HRV is a ruined Honda Fit. Accord too is it’s own platform, with its siblings pilot (and the obvious derivatives ridgeline and passport), arguably even the oddessy.

This sorta thing saves companies lots of money. So they all do it.
 

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My money would bet hard on this being fake, that two door does not exist without an equivalent civic, as already stated by various Acura reps. The trims are a better guess as that follows pretty closely with the rest of the Acura line but there is still a problem. Ventilated seats, nothing on the civic platform has them, including the CR-V which is a big miss for that segment. That's at least plausibly fixable but there's not enough evidence that the necessary engineering work fot the two door even exists for a new bodystyle in 2023. View attachment 240
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Have some faith man :)...ok so I've seen this same picture that I've posted in many other places some from regular people and others where journalist. Then there is also those spy pictures of that 2 door camouflaged automobile that has been seen on website pictures which is an Acura. I always say never say never because as we know it Honda/Acura they are very tricky and a bit secretive about things...they might just bust out with that 2 door liftback. As for the ventilated seats the only Hondas that I know have them is the Accord, Odyssey, Passport, and Pilot, which are past the 35k amount, unlike the CR-V.
 
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