Tenth generation Honda Civic unveiled in Geneva

02/03/2016 11:48

Tenth generation Honda Civic unveiled in Geneva

Tenth generation Honda Civic unveiled in Geneva

The Geneva Motor Show has seen the unveiling of the long awaited Honda Civic, the tenth generation British-built hatchback.

Following the investment of 270 million euros, the car is to be produced in a plant in Swindon, and will go on sale around the UK and Europe in early 2017. The new five-door has had a stylistic overhaul from its previous iterations, and its body has been reshaped into a sleek, sporty and aggressive style. It’s 30mm wider, 20mm lower, and 130mm longer, meaning the interior is even more space than before, too.

Under the bonnet, a pair of new VTEC Turbos join the 2.0 litre engine of the Type R, which are a 1.0 litre three cylinder and 1.5 litre four cylinder. The 1.6 litre i-DTEC has also been modified slightly for less friction and a better fuel efficiency rating.

Daisuke Tsutamori, head of design, stated: “We knew that we needed to create a striking and stand-out exterior design that challenged conventional European compact styling while staying true to the original Civic’s core values. The result is a marriage of distinctive and sporty design, rewarding driving dynamics and versatile practicality.”

You can look forward to hitting the road in the gorgeous new Civic early next year.

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