Honda is one of the forerunners in this highly evolving automotive world. Forty years seem to be not too long ago especially for a brand that lives up to its original concept. The Civic’s long-standing heritage has proven that it still is “a car for all people, a car for the world”. Talking about evolving, Honda moves forward with its latest 10th generation Civic.
This step is considerably important in today’s highly saturated C-segment as well as in keeping up with the company’s much talked about development program. But since everything seems to get better with time, perhaps it’s only right to expect better driving dynamics along with more distinctive styling, versatile practicality and sportier design. You get the picture. The 10th generation Honda Civic has finally arrived.
The Civic after all has earned the title as the most popular Honda model in Europe. Simply put, when Europeans think of Honda, the first thing that comes into their minds is the Civic. For that same reason, the team behind the “rejuvenated” Honda Civic applied new ideas and strategies in building its new body. Then of course, part of that is to come up with better chassis and aerodynamics design (so as not to disappoint their loyal customers).
In line with this, Honda also introduces a new platform on the all-new Honda Civic. So, can the 10th generation still hold on to its promise? Yes definitely. The latest generation has been re-engineered to deliver only the most agile and rewarding dynamics to its rightful owner. Honda has developed highly advanced construction techniques and engineering strategies for the new Civic’s superior strength and significantly lighter bodyshell. Needless to say, all these features are set to give you the most enjoyable ride. If there is more, this new innovation works along with the latest suspension system and also provides the vehicle with a much lower centre of gravity.
Basically, the objective here is to recapture the Civic’s unique sporty driving identity. During the earlier stage of its development, the team has derived its criteria based on the top premium brands as well as the best compact segments around the world. In other words, the evaluation process has redefined the new Civic’s overall refinement, interior quality and NVH performance. In spite of these, the new Honda Civic remains to be an affordable car based on manufacturing cost and fuel consumption. In the same way, the team decided to come up with a new approach in constructing its body frame aside from coming up with novel ideas for the chassis design, powertrains and aerodynamics.