In an effort to boost performance, Honda has launched a new Civic that includes new brake calipers and more aggressive brakes.
According to Honda’s website, the 2017 Honda Accord is equipped with a new, aggressive brake system that features a single-piston caliper and a four-pivot front brake caliper.
The front brake is also longer, with a shorter stroke than the rear.
The rear brake is shorter, with shorter strokes than the front.
Honda says the brake calres are a result of engineering advancements that make it more effective at delivering force across the width of the road.
“The Honda Civic brake calms a wide range of road surfaces, including snow, ice, gravel, and dirt,” the website reads.
“The new system has been designed to deliver a softer braking surface on the road than its predecessor, and a more effective brake.
The new brake system has also been redesigned to better deliver the necessary brake power, with an increased area of the caliper to meet the demands of the latest road conditions.”
Honda said the new system also includes new brakes that have been developed specifically for the Civic.
The Civic’s new calipers are made from carbon fiber.
The company says that it is able to achieve the weight savings because of its use of lightweight, high-strength materials.
The new caliper design has been tested in the Honda Accord, which has been redesigned from the ground up.
The Accord will have the new cali-located brake discs and pads.
The Civic will also have a redesigned brake handlebar that will be lighter and more compact than the Accord.