The automobile market has now emerged out with great brand names in the industry doing really great deals in it. As like, Honda is such a great company that has planned to bring up some remarkable changes in its production. Its recent inventions and new trends have really paved them a huge success in the overall market sale and profit. They are now aiming at bringing many more new inventions to the automotive world. Likely, with the upcoming Auto Expo 2018 is going to take in Delhi where Honda cars India is planning to unveil the new generation Honda Civic.
The Japanese carmaker plans to showcase the global-spec model of Honda Civic at the 2018 Auto Export as an overall concept for Honda Civics India-spec model that will actually run on our roads only in 2019. Honda is going to showcase the facelifted version of the vehicle, which makes its public debut together with the new generation Honda CR-v. Also, the carmaker plans to introduce the new-gen Honda Amaze, which is a sub-compact sedan.
All over the world, this Honda Civic is presented in three body types namely Coupe, Hatchback, and Sedan. India will more probably receive the Sedan Version. Though the current-gen model was initially launched in India in 2015 but went on sale to the markets of Europe and the United States in 2016. The Civic is globally provided with a set of engine options including a 2.0 L i-VTEC, a 1.5 L VTEC turbo engine, and a 16-valve port-injected four-cylinder engine. Also, Honda provides a 1.6 L i-DTEC diesel engine and a 1.0 L VTEC turbo petrol engine with three cylinders in the European market. There is also a Honda Civic Type R, which has emerged from the four-cylinder 2.0-liter turbocharged engine that will make the maximum power of 315 bhp and peak torque of 400 Nm.
When it comes to visual appearance, the brand-new Honda Civic has come up with sporty design language along with bold character lines, LED taillamps, stylish LED headlamps, and sporty alloy wheels in addition to some standard as well as optional features. It comes equipped with a rear C-pillar that gives the vehicle a nice fastback look. Further, it gets flowing into the tailgate accentuated by the high-flying taillamps. The Honda Civics face features a new and fresh chrome wing design, which will flow over the top of the headlamps.
As far as D-segment sedan space is concerned in India, the Honda Civic is considered to be the most popular offerings. The car was first introduced in the year 2006 from which it was in production till 2013 and even obtained a couple of facelift within these seven years being spent by the vehicle in the Indian market. But, it goes out of production because of low demand. As soon as it will be launched again, the car would take the likes of Toyota Corolla Altis, the Volkswagen Jetta, and the Hyundai Elantra.