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You can see the shape of the car in @GTFan24 post. Definitely a coupe.As someone who has owned 6 (actually might be 7) Integras, I don't like this post.
I’m not sure. I feel like the Integra will be pricier than a Civic Coupe would have been.Maybe this is the real reason they killed off the coupe version of the Civic.
The general consensus is that those camo shots are photoshopped. There seem to be no sources for those images (even you didn't post a source) and the only "publication" I can find that shared them was the Motor Maven's Instagram, the operator of which has really poor etiquette and refuses to post sources or credit artists and has done so numerous times in the past. In fact I've argued with them numerous times about crediting artists and they always have some dumb excuse - this time they told me "My friend sent it to me" lmao. I said that's not good enough for somebody with press credentials. Motor Maven's website doesn't even have any information about either the render or this photoshopped camo car.The heck? Well darn, that test car is actually giving me Integra vibes.
If you'll read my post and the article links I shared you'll find that nobody knows how old the camo car pics are, or who took them. But they were posted in Feb 2021 on that website, and that website compared it to various renders by Jordan Rubinstein-Towler from 2020. Jordan just published these red and white Type R renders a few days ago but he's been evolving the design for at least a year.The pics of the test car are older then the actual renders in red and white.
The general consensus is that those camo shots are photoshopped.