Honda finally took wraps off the next generation of Civic. While the debuted model is not a final version but it is a prototype car that looks almost the same as the final production version.
The 11th-generation Honda Civic has a more dynamic design with its lower and wider look compared to the current model. It can be said that the new Civic is more looks like the bigger Honda Accord than the current generation. Its new lower hood and new front fenders caused the design to look wider than what it actually is. The grille has also revised and the headlights are new with a DRL inside them. The 2022 Honda Civic is also longer than the 10th-generation by 25-30 mm in both overall length and wheelbase. The story continues with the rear as there are a new bumper, new taillights, and a wider track.
Honda hasn't released any pictures of the interior yet but there is a sketch from the 11th-generation Civic that shows a completely new interior. The main highlights inside the cabin are the new steering wheel, new dash with a sleeker design and integrated air vents, tablet-like infotainment screen on the top of the dash, new door pads, and three circular controllers probably for the aircon system.
Honda mentioned that the new generation of Civic will host an array of active and passive safety systems like Honda Sensing safety and driver-assistive technologies. Honda improved Civic’s protection capabilities for both passengers and pedestrians.
There are no words about technical data yet and we have to wait until the official debut of the production version.
The 2022 Honda Civic will first launch in North America as Honda wants to start its production in Indiana.