Honda will soon introduce the 11th-gen Honda Civic. The cabin of the upcoming Honda sedan will be based on a new interior design theme.
Today, the Japanese automaker Honda will finally reveal the 11th-gen Civic. We have several spy pictures of the exterior of the new-gen Civic. The carmaker had tried to keep the interior of the all-new Civic under covers. Even when the carmaker revealed the sedan with its first official images, there was no update from Honda regarding the interior design of the car. Named as “simplicity and something,” the new design language will be employed on all the future Honda vehicles, starting with the new-gen Civic, which is expected to launch by next year.
The interior design philosophy of the carmaker goes back to ‘human-centred designs’ of early Honda cars. This simply means that the automaker is aiming to keep things simple and intuitive for its buyers. The new-age vehicles have become quite complicated and tech-oriented. Honda is trying to break away from this complexity. That’s why the automaker is planning to simplify the car cabin design and also to enhance the user experience. The cabin of the upcoming Honda cars will surely get touchscreens and digital instrument clusters. In terms of looks, the preview gave us a glimpse of a simple and uncomplicated cabin. The dashboard of the car gets clean and horizontal lines with neatly integrated AC vents.
The steering-spoke steering wheel looks stylish and is also quite functional as it gets mounted controls. The car is adopting a “Man Maximum/Machine Minimum” approach, which means that they will maximize the cabin space and will minimize the space required for the mechanical components. The cabin will also employ equipment, which will ‘evoke a positive emotional response’. Honda has completely revised the cabin of the new-gen Civic. 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 potential buyers. In our market, Honda discontinued the previous-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.