While most car companies unveiled their latest model at the recently 2015 Frankfurt Motor Show in Germany, Honda revealed its newest Civic in the United States.
Referred to as the 10<sup>th generation Civic, Honda promises a varied line up comprising a sedan, Coupe, 5-door model, Si, and the new type-R, all boasting its newest sporty look. The sedan model will be the first to debut this fall, followed by the Civic Coupe in winter, and the five-door hatchback, Si, and Type R in 2016.
As showcased in the 2015 New York Auto Show last April, the new Civic boasts a huge grille in front, similar to the new Honda CR-V and Honda Accord. Along with this, the body looks longer and sleeker as its compartment was moved backwards. To further enhance the smooth and sporty look of the newest Civic, it has a sculpted body, c-shaped tail lights, and a bulging wheel arcs.
For its interior, the driver seat is said to be lower similar to sports car, enhanced along with LED lighting elements, TFT information display, a soft touch dashboard, as described by Digital Trends, and a very wide cabin space. The newest Civic will have a 7.0-inch touchscreen similar to the one that the new Accord boasts, along with the Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. Aside from these, it will also have electronic safety system from Honda Sensing, which includes Collision Mitigation Braking, Road Departure Mitigation, and the adaptive cruise control. Honda Civic is said to position as a high end option in the compact car selections, with all the upgrades in both interior and external infusions and designs.
The option for Civic 2016 is either its smaller version, a 1.5-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine, available only in automatic transmission, or its bigger version, a 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine, available in six-speed manual transmission or automatic transmission.
The 2016 Honda Civic will be on sale this fall in the United States.