Geneva 2016: sportier design for the next Civic

Saloon car in Geneva was the place where the new generation of the hatchback edition Honda Civic were premiered shown. The unusual rear end model now carries attribute of Prototype cause comments that erupted into controversy – will remain with you and this production version

Our experience confirms this, but there is one exception – Type R version of the current Civic, whose extremely aggressive rear survived path from design study to the mounting strips. Well, I bet you that next Civic will remain this?

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Next-generation Honda Civic, as suggested prototype of the model, presented at the Geneva Motor Show, there will be with far more sporty design
At the end of February the prototype photos were found in the media, and now Honda officially unveiled the vehicle. Hatchback with five doors for Europe will be 30 mm wider, 20 mm lower and 130 mm longer. Civic is very close to the actual design of the brand when it comes to the front, but the back has more interesting detail – especially shaped LED rear lights and two skirts, one edge of the roof and one in the rear bumper, the lower part which plays a role the diffuser
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Since Honda has no details of the interior, but it is assumed that he is similar to the sedan and coupe versions, which already debuted in the United States. Sales of next-generation Honda Civic in Europe will start in early 2017. Range of engines includes the 1.0-liter 3-cylinder engine and 1.5-liter four-cylinder and two petrol i-VTEC, and fans of diesels will get a refreshed version of the 1.6-liter i-DTEC who will be delivering more power and less consumption. Customers of the new Civic will be able to choose whether their car is a 6-speed manual gearbox or CVT transmission
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Civic production in Europe will be in Swindon, England, and the production version of the new model should debut at the Paris Motor Show in October.

 

 

 

 

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