The all-new Honda Civic has been finally unveiled as the carmaker has released the first-ever official image of the car. Take a look at it here.
The Japanese automaker Honda originally revealed the concept version of the eleventh-gen Civic back in November 2020. Now, the carmaker is taking wraps off the production-spec model. The image you see embedded below will be enough till 28th April, when the carmaker will publish the full gallery of the eleventh-gen Civic along with the technical specifications of the car. The Honda Civic you see here is the flagship touring variant, which looks quite similar to that of the concept version of the sedan. One can see the addition of fog lamps and the removal of piano black inserts.
However, the production-spec model gets matte black accents on both upper and lower grills along with the air intake trim. The blacked-out wing mirrors on the concept model got replaced by body-coloured units. Being the top-end Touring trim, it comes loaded with all the bells and whistles like a sunroof, front parking sensors and much more. The front parking sensors have an interesting placement as the two inner sensors are positioned in the upper grille. The concept version of the sedan lacked parking sensors to enable a cleaner appearance. Nevertheless, they are nicely integrated into the production-spec model as we can barely see them. The all-black wheels employed on the prototype model are replaced by dual-tone rims, while the side skirts come painted in the same colour as the body.
The touring version of the sedan gets chrome window lining ditching the gloss black surrounds from the concept model. Honda has completely revised the cabin of the new-gen Civic. In the coming weeks, the carmaker will completely reveal the production-spec model of the eleventh-gen Civic and we are pretty excited about it. The Civic has been a potent performer for Honda in many international markets, but the tenth-gen model of the sedan was not able to attract a lot of Indian buyers. In our market, the carmaker discontinued the tenth-gen Civic due to low demand, but it is highly unlikely that Honda will introduce the eleventh-gen model of the car in the near future.