The 2022 Honda Civic Sedan is the first member of the 11th-generation Civic family to be unveiled. Shown in prototype form, the best-selling sedan looks classier than ever before with its wide stance, elongated hood, and clean lines. More than just aesthetics, Honda has made some of these changes to improve visibility from the driver’s seat.
There are big changes inside the cabin of the new Civic where, for the first time, the sedan will be equipped with a fully digital dashboard. Honda spent plenty of time improving ergonomics and making the environment as comfortable as possible for the daily commute, with time even being spent on the sound that certain switches make when used. These enhancements form part of the brand’s “Man-Maximum, Machine-Minimum” philosophy, with all design elements and technology serving the needs of occupants.
Honda has yet to reveal powertrain options for the all-new Civic, so it is possible that the current Civic’s 1.5-liter turbo-four will be retained. However, an upgraded chassis will be utilized and the Advanced Compatibility Engineering body structure has safety benefits in a collision, while also improving the sedan’s ride and handling balance.
Pricing has yet to be announced, but the sedan will arrive in late spring 2021. Following this, the Civic Hatchback, Civic Si, and Civic Type R variants will be launched.