OFFICIAL – 11th Generation Honda Civic Is Here!
The Civic is one of the most famous C-Segment cars in the world, as well as being one of the fastest. In terms of performance and styling, the 10th generation Civic has set a very high standard for both its rivals and descendants. Honda, on the other hand, has a history of switching the Civics styling between radicalism and subtlety per generation. The 8th generation Civic, dubbed the 'Civic Reborn,' featured a bold new style, while the 9th generation Civic, dubbed the 'Rebirth,' was more modest.
Honda Civic 11th generation:
Automobile manufacturers are increasingly selling Sports Utility Vehicles/Crossovers around the world. After five years of strong development of the new 10th generation Civic, it's almost time for a replacement. Last year, photos from Honda Civic Hatchback and Civic Sedan Trade Mark/Patent filings were released to the media. A camouflaged Civic has also been seen on European roads while being tested.
Civic is a global model of the same architecture in all continents, but bear in mind that this article is mainly about the domestic model in the United States. Even though each area will have its own set of features and choices, the styling style will be the same on both sides of the Atlantic. For the time being, Honda has only released the new Civic as a sedan. Its sportier models, like the flagship Type-R, will be available later, perhaps only in hatchback shape.
11th GEN Interior:
Honda civic 2021 11th generation seems to have taken into account customer feedback from previous models, as the interior configuration of the 11th generation model has been significantly changed. The black interior complements the silver trim parts, giving the car a luxurious appearance. Honda has always been creative, and with each new wave of Civic, the interior has been completely overhauled. The Civic X has been recognized for its interior room utilization and user-friendliness once again. Things have progressed even further with the current 11th century Civic.
The Civic interior is simple and minimalistic, but it is also intuitive. According to Honda, interior architecture refers to the people who are inside the car. The modern interior design concept is to make the space more practical and less intrusive. This latest architecture philosophy will be used in all future Honda models, with the Honda Civic becoming the first to do so.
According to Honda, all of the interior touch points, including the gear lever, dashboard, side door panels, and steering wheel, are made of high-quality materials. Furthermore, all objects that can suck up stains or smudges are treated with a material that prevents them, resulting in a cleaner appearance every time the driver approaches the vehicle. The updated dashboard style features clear slim horizontal orientations and rectangular honeycombed trim in the center that represents continuity and covers the air vents in the middle and on the sides. The base trim comes with a 7.0-inch touchscreen infotainment device with many hard controls as standard. A wider 9.0-inch touchscreen with a 10.2-inch optical Head Unit Display will be available on the higher touring trim model (HUD).
Honda civic 11th generation Pakistan is full of latest features meeting the need of international market demand. A modern rectangular touch screen infotainment interface now sits on top of the dashboard in a floating style. Civic gets a new steering wheel design, as well as an all-new optical instrument cluster. The base model has a 7-inch touchscreen, while the top-of-the-line model has an HD 9-inch infotainment display. A 10.2-inch full LCD instrumental screen is included with the top-of-the-line edition, while other models get a 7-inch LCD instrumental display.
Apple Car Play and Android Auto are standard [the top version gets a wireless link for wireless charging], and a 12-speaker Bose Premium audio system with Surround-Stage optical signal processing is included in the top model.
Honda claims that Bose Audio specialists designed this device especially for the Civic for optimum sound and an excellent music experience in all frequencies, from low to high. The availability of the physical knob on the infotainment device is the most critical thing to remember. The lack of availability of the real knob in Civic X drew a lot of criticism at first.
A new three-knob dual-zone climate control interface has been introduced. For increased comfort and stability, there is a new seat configuration with newly built seat frames. Although newly designed cup holders and gear level are visible, the central console configuration has been improved for feature and use.
11th – Gen Dimensions:
The new Civic [USDM] is 184 inches long, 70.9 inches wide, 55.7 inches tall, and has a 107.7-inch wheelbase. For comparison, the Civic X is 182.7 inches long, 70.9 inches wide, and 55.7 inches tall, with a 106.3-inch wheelbase. As a result, the new Civics overall length and wheelbase are longer than the outgoing model, resulting in marginally increased passenger capacity.
Despite the increased dimensions, the trunk space is currently 14.8 cubic feet rather than 15.1 cubic feet as it was on the previous Civic. The US model will come in eight exterior colors, three of which are brand new options: Meteorite Gray Metallic, Sonic Gray Pearl, and Morning Mist Blue Metallic.
Moving the bottom of the windshield pillars backward by almost 2 inches (1.96 inches), which elongates the hood for a premium silhouette, was key to the new Civic's upscale styling. This also serves as a visual connection between the pillar and the front wheel hub, a discreet design feature that highlights the vehicle's wheels and tires for a solid, planted stance.
Although retaining the exterior's clean lines, a low beltline of horizontal windowsills and door-mounted side mirrors improves visibility. From the front fender to the taillights, a sharp shoulder character line carves a gentle arc, granting the style symmetry.
For a better sense of motion, the lower character line extends from the bottom of the front door, through the rear doors, and across the rear fenders.
Stronger rear shoulders, wide-set LED taillights, and the upswept and aerodynamically powerful trailing edge of its trunk lid highlight the added stability offered by its new wider rear track. Exterior LED lighting is prevalent, including wide-set headlights, daytime running lights, parking lights, and optional fog lights. The Civic Sedan will be offered in eight exterior colors, three of which are exclusive to the Civic lineup: Meteorite Gray Metallic, Sonic Gray Pearl, and Morning Mist Blue Metallic, which is a Civic-only hue.
There are two engine options for the Sedan. A 2.0-liter naturally aspirated 4-cylinder petrol engine with 158 horsepower and 187 Nm of torque is the base engine. A 1.5-liter turbocharged 4-cylinder petrol engine with 180 hp and 240 nm of torque is the more powerful alternative. A CVT automatic gearbox sends all of the power to the front wheels.
The Civic will be available in the United States with the same two engine choices as the previous one. A 2L naturally aspirated engine producing 158 horsepower at 6500 rpm and 187 Newton meters of torque at 4200 rpm. The other engine is the same 1.5 Turbocharged engine, but with the improved horsepower of 180 at 6000 rpm and torque estimates of 240NM available between 1,700 and 4,500 rpm.
The Civic X used to be available with a manual transmission, but now all Civic models are only available with a Continuously Variable Transmission/CVT. Macpherson Strut Front Suspension will be standard on all Civics, with Multi-Link Rear Suspension. 215/55/16′′ steel wheels are standard on the base model, while brand-new built 215/50/ 17′′ and 235/40/ 18′′ are standard on all trim tiers.
The new Civic also gets a better-tuned suspension system that is more responsive and flexible. Honda claims that the front suspension now uses low friction ball joints and damper mounts, as well as a light alloy front sub frame, to improve steering and ride handling.
For better feedback and stability, the electric power steering has been improved and calibrated. For greater reliability, the rear track has been improved by 0.5′′ from the previous generation, and new noise and vibration-reducing bushings have been used on the lower weapons.
Driver Focused Technology:
The M/M solution has also been cleverly combined with technology. Both Civic trims now have either a partial or complete (Touring) optical instrument display, as well as significantly larger regular and optional color touchscreens. A 7-inch color LCD instrument monitor, similar to that used in the Accord, is standard on the LX, Sport, and EX trim levels. The left side of the instrument panel has an all-digital speedometer and tachometer, while the right side has a physical speedometer dial.
Displaying gauges in a conventional circular needle-and-dial format or bar graphs flanking the left and right sides of the panel are among the custom modes. The center of the display is used to show the status of various Honda Sensing® safety and driver-assistive devices, with the center of the display used to display a range of user-selectable content, such as the latest music list and a trip computer. The brake lights, headlights, and turn signals of the shown Civic vehicle picture turn on and off with certain functions, which is a surprise and delight feature.
Other mode options are located at the bottom of the touchscreen, and a 0.8-inch finger rest makes using the touchscreen smoother by having a stable surface on which to rest the palm. Wireless Apple CarPlay® and Android AutoTM integration are both standards on the touchscreen platforms, and Qi-compatible wireless charging is standard on Touring.
Both Civic models will come standard with ten airbags, including the next-generation Driver and Front Passenger Front Airbags, which have a doughnut-shaped cradle in the center and deploy in a U-shaped pattern to prevent brain damage by properly managing head movements in some forms of collisions.
It also worth noting that this is the first time such an airbag has been designed with such a feature anywhere in the world. The new Civic is also the first Civic to feature a rear-seat passenger airbag.
Honda Sensing, Honda's active protection system, has been upgraded with new driver-assistive technology. In terms of safety, Honda improved and added a lot of active and passive safety features and facilities. With a new upper A-pillar assembly, a side frame, and a lower firewall structure, the new Civics Advanced Compatibility Engineering (ACE) body structure is improved for better occupant protection. At all vital sites, even for side-impact safety, stronger components are used.
11th Gen – Pricing and Launch:
Depending on the market/region, the 11th generation Civic will be available in sedan and hatchback body models. Later this year, the Civic Si sedan and a Civic hatchback will join the party, while the most powerful hardcore Civic Type R hatchback will arrive next year.
The two-door coupe would not be available until the 11th generation; a two-door variant was only available in North America. It was recently phased out for the new 10th generation. Its reappearance is also unlikely. Pricing for the US market is not yet available, but the 2L base LX model is expected to start under $22,000, while the fully-loaded Touring is expected to cost about $28000/-. For North American users, manufacturing of the new Civic has already begun, with deliveries set to begin in the summer of 2021. In late 2021 or early 2022, the European and Asian markets will see the concept in action.
There is no official announcement Honda civic 2021 launch date in Pakistan. But according to the sources it might be launch in middle of 2022.