/Honda Sonic Civic Unveiled at Comic-Con

Honda Sonic Civic Unveiled at Comic-Con

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The world is experiencing a massive wave of irremediable boredom, which is why people are making movies out of every second-rate novel, follow every Donald Trump speech, and bring back stupid old games like Pokemon and make a fuss about it. Recognizing this, Honda decided to milk the situation sell a few more cars, and so they turned up at Comic-Con in San Diego with a one-off Honda Sonic Civic.

Now, I’m sure a lot of you are asking what in the hell is a Honda Sonic Civic? Well, it is a pointless thing, which is why they took to Comic-Con to reveal it. Only those hard-core nerds know of the Sonic connection. But we have read the press release and we can tell you this car celebrates the 25th anniversary of a SEGA game called “Sonic the Hedgehog.”

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Why is that something worth commemorating, we have no idea. But at any rate Fox Marketing Cars of Pennsylvania was commissioned to style a 2016 Honda Civic Turbo and make it look like Sonic the Hedgehog, thus getting the car some media attention. We’re sure though it’s the right kind of attention the thing is attracting.

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Relating the features of Honda Sonic Civic is rather cringeworthy for us as it shows how low the human race’s standards have sunk that we find this interesting. They have gleefully painted this car’s wheels so it would look like “Sonic’s infamous red shoes and gold rings,” and wrapped it in “Candy Sonic Blue” with “Sonic Yellow.” Inside, the car features Katzkin Blue Leather and custom “Sonic the Hedgehog” 25th Anniversary embroidered logos as well as a Rockford Fosgate audio system and a 32” screen for playing the stupid game.

Great, now go get a life people.

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