Honda has always been the company that always keeps up with the ongoing trend of the global market since its launch in 1972 and amongst all its cars Honda Civic has always been a great asset to the company with a global reach and more than satisfying sales. And to take this up a notch Honda has been working on its 11th generation of the Honda civic for quite some time and now Honda has revealed its prototype model of the new 2021 variation of the Honda civic which is expected to be launched in early 2021.
Honda will be continuing its hatchback and sedan body type versions of the next-gen Honda civic but due to the low demand the coupe version of the civic will be discontinued which might disappoint some fancy car enthusiasts.
The new 2021 Honda civic will be almost identical in dimensions to its predecessor the 10th generation Honda Civic however despite being identical the designers have managed to make the new Civic look wider and more polished than before.
There are some slight tweaks made to the looks of the new Honda civic that includes- newly designed headlamps with slightly tweaked LED DRLs and a chunky blacked-out grille with a chrome logo on the top which provides the car a more premium and sportier look. For the rear end, the car gets a redesigned bumper and a big smoked housing split taillight. The car comes with 19-inch black wheels which will be offered in the final build.
Interior and powertrain
The company hasn’t revealed anything about the interior or the powertrain option the car will be providing. Everything we know about the interior till now is that the new Honda civic will be getting a 9-inch touchscreen infotainment system combined with a semi-digital instrument cluster which is an upgrade from the earlier 10th gen. Honda civic model that carried a 7-inch touchscreen infotainment system.
The new Honda Civic is all set to launch by mid-2021 in the global market however for the Indian market this launch may take much longer (if launched). The reason being average to poor sales figures of the Civic in the Indian market.