The 11th generation 2022 Honda Civic has been officially introduced. Redesigned based on the philosophy of “maximum man, minimum machine”, the Civic bear’s traces of its classic models.
The new Honda Civic will be available in four different hardware options: LX, Sport, EX, and Touring. The next-generation Sedan’s LX and Sport models will have a 2.0 four-cylinder unit and CVT transmission that produces 158 horsepower and 187 nm of torque. The EX and Touring version of the car will come with a 1.5-liter turbo unit that produces 180 horsepower and 240 nm of torque.
Honda, which has chosen simplicity in the interior and exterior design of the 2022 Civic, is launching a more resentful car than in previous generations. Using high-strength steel and aluminum in the new Honda Civic, the manufacturer achieved an 8 percent improvement in torsion resistance and a 13 percent improvement in bending resistance.
The redesigned interior stands out with its simpler design. The car, which comes with wireless Apple Car Play and Android Auto, also has a wireless charging unit. The new interior also features a 10.2-inch digital display and a 7-inch multimedia display. The Honda Civic’s new cab features air vents that stretch across and add a retro look.
The manufacturer has further developed Honda Sensing safety technology with the next generation Civic, offering new camera, software, and processor improvements with a wider angle in the system. The price of the next-generation Civic, which will go on sale in the US this summer, is not yet clear.