Next-Gen Honda Civic Teased Ahead Of Prototype Debut On November 17

Daniel Fowler
November 15, 2020

Honda has teased the 11th generation of the Civic in a teaser video on the internet and the prototype will be unveiled next week on 17 November. A teaser image and video released today give viewers a glimpse of the all-new Honda Civic through a geometric looking glass, which will all take shape to reveal the new Civic on November 17.

This special edition episode of Honda Head2Head on Twitch will begin live at 8 p.m. ET, with the Civic reveal at 9:45pm ET.

We have already reported about how the vehicle will look, which can be read here, having seen leaked patent images. Couple that with the often massive numbers of people Twitch streams can reach simultaneously, and it all starts to come together.

A redesign of the hatchback version of the Civic is also planned.

While Honda might be taking a more conservative approach to styling than it did with the aggressive model the new Civic replaces, we can expect Japan's third-largest automaker will continue to play up the car's sporty, fun-to-drive nature.

2022 Honda Civic Teaser

While the glimpses in the video are fleeting, it's clear that the new Honda Civic prototype carries most design cues that were revealed a few months ago in leaked patent images. We hope to get some early tech details next week but honestly, we don't expect to learn a lot.

Along with the reveal announcement Honda issued the below teaser video.

The pre-filmed event will showcase the 11th-generation auto in saloon form and should be a close representation of what the final production model will be like.

The tail-lights have also been reworked, as is the case with the 2022 Type R.

Honda Civic has been on global roads for years and years, raved about for its performance as much as it is for its reliability and looks. At the moment, there are six available, namely a 1.0-liter turbo, 1.6-liter non-turbo, the familiar 1.8-liter we have here, a 1.5-liter turbodiesel for select markets, a 2.0-liter for the base North American models, and a 1.5-liter turbo.

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