The 2017 Honda Civic Hatchback Prototype has been unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show. This is the global debut of the hatchback. The design of the prototype has sharp lines and aggressive, displaying Honda’s new design philosophy.
The Honda Civic hatchback has a short overhang at the front with large air intakes that give the car a sharp and aggressive character. The car features LED headlights and DRLs. The sleek and swept back body lines continue along the side of the car. There is a swage line that incorporates the front and the rear door handles, and finishes off in the distinctive c-shape LED rear lights. There is a second, lower character line that extends from the front wheels through the doors and meets the rear wheel arches. The rear bumper has angular creases and vents.
The Honda Civic hatchback prototype will be 30mm winder, 20mm lower and 130mm longer than the current model. The wheels are larger and wider. The long wheelbase, short overhangs and sleek cabin area give the Civic Hatchback a dynamic feel. While production features of the model might be ultimately toned down, the Civic Hatchback looks pretty fast and sleek. The ‘prototype’ might be a disguise after all.
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Sales in Europe are set to commence early next year with North America following. The car will be manufactured at Honda of the UK Manufacturing (HUM) A global launch might happen later. Stay tuned with us as we bring you more on the Honda Civic and other stories from the Geneva Motor Show as soon as we can.
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