This release contains: 1 Related Document, 8 Photos, 2 Videos New Civic Type R Prototype unveiled at 2016 Mondial de L’Automobile in Paris First-ever Honda-badged Type R coming to the U.S.
This release contains: 1 Related Document The 2017 Civic Hatchback joins the 2016 Civic Sedan and Coupe as the third body style in the 10 th -generation Civic lineup. Combining striking, Euro-inspired styling and 5-door hatchback versatility with the world-class driving dynamics and Honda direct-injected turbo engine technology, the Civic Hatchback is designed for buyers seeking an even more expressive, sporty and versatile Civic
This release contains: 1 Related Document The creation of this new 10th-generation Civic represents one of the most comprehensive and ambitious new-model developments ever undertaken by Honda, requiring an unprecedented commitment of R&D resources and Honda engineering prowess. While the development of the Civic Sedan was led by a North American team – a first for Honda and Civic – the overall Civic series involves design and engineering teams from Honda R&D, sales and manufacturing operations around the world, especially in North America and Japan, but also in Europe, South America and Asia. In seeking to realize a “dynamic rejuvenation” of Civic and create a new interpretation “in a league of its own,” as the development team defined its mission, Honda engineers set out early during platform development to benchmark the world’s best C-segment vehicles—not only products in Civic’s traditional competitive set, but luxury compact class vehicles such as well
Filed under: Europe , Hatchback , Honda Honda has released a smattering of images that give us lots more to chew on when it comes to the brand-spankin’-new European edition of the 2012 Civic . It’s been said before, and we’re going to say it again: The European-market Civic hatchback is much funkier and – to our eyes, at least – more attractive than its North American equivalent.
Filed under: Frankfurt Motor Show , Europe , Hatchback , Honda The 2012 Honda Civic has already launched here in the United States, but the party is just about to start for our friends in Europe. Across the pond, the Civic has always been quite different from the model we receive in North America, and for the new model year, that tradition will carry on. How can we tell?