Honda introduced the 11th generation of the Civic hatchback almost 2 months after the sedan version debuted in April. In addition to the North American market, the new Civic hatchback will reach the European and Japanese domestic markets.
As can be seen from expired patent images, speculative images, and spy images, the new Honda Civic hatchback is largely similar to the sedan, but with slight differences in styling, such as the hexagonal grille at the front instead of the sedan grille. horizontally. . Domestically, the hatchback differs significantly from the sedan from the C-pillar.
The rear window is now enlarged for increased rearward visibility while ignoring the split design of the previous generation. The rear features a continuous taillight that integrates a third brake light, while large double trapezoidal exhaust pipes and a black rear diffuser complete the exterior accents.
The new hatchback for the Honda Civic measures 4,530 mm, width 1,800 mm, and height 1,815 mm and is 30 mm longer and 5 mm lower than its predecessor.
The filling chamber is 452 liters, which is 26 liters less than before; but can be expanded thanks to the 60:40 split seat. Even better: the rear door opening is now 40 mm wider, which makes loading easier.
The retro-inspired minimalist interior is a sedan with a 7 or 9-inch floating touchscreen, 10.2-inch digital cluster, hexagonal metal grille covers for full-width ventilation, premium soft-touch materials, and a very similar touch distribution. Equipment. New features include an electrically adjustable passenger seat, air ionizer, wireless charging on Qi smartphones, and a 12-speaker Bose sound system.
Honda has also confirmed that it will launch a new e: HEV hybrid (which will be available in Europe) and a highly efficient Type R version next year. The 11th generation Civic hatchback will hit the market this August.