The new generation of sedans has been fully unveiled in the United States

The new generation of sedans has been fully unveiled in the United States

The sedan completely changed the design with more ‘timeless’ and less aggressive variants. Honda Civic 2022 will get better platform and 100% digital cluster

The Japanese brand fully exposed the sedan’s 11th-generation Honda Civic 2022 on Wednesday. The model has a more moderate design without so much aggression, which Honda engineers call a timeless shape. The vehicle’s platform was improved and still for the first time, a fully digital cluster, a restricted item for the high-end version.

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The Honda Civic 2022 offers multimedia systems with 7 or 9 screens with Android Auto and Apple Car Play wireless connections and a Bose Primium sound system with 12 speakers. The model also had suspension and improved torsional stiffness.

The sedan will remain in the United States with its current powertrain offering. They are four-cylinder 2.0 aspirated 158 hp or 1.5 turbo 180 horsepower. Both are paired with a continuously variable automatic transmission (CVT) adjusted specifically for each engine. Despite maintaining the same set, power, engine sound, general refinement and fuel economy ratings have been improved.

The Civic sedan will be available in eight exterior colors, three of which are new: Metallic Meteorite Gray, Pearl Sonic Gray and the new Civic Exclusive Morning Mist Blue Metallic. The Honda Civic 2022 should arrive in Brazil only in 2022 and national construction has not been confirmed.

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