The next-generation Honda Civic series will be launched in 2021 and will continue to be available in Si and Type R variations.
Honda will announce the next generation Civic series within the next year and will be sold in several international markets as 2022MY. The popular Civic nameplate has the same wide range as existing models, just as performance-based Si variants actually arrive. As always, the Type R will continue to sit at the top of the lineup.
With the latest set of spy images and patent applications, we have a pretty good idea of what the next generation Honda Civic will look like. It has a sharper look styling, and to sneak a peek at what the production version will be, KDesign has brought a series of digital previews of the upcoming Civic Si.
The Si variant has always adopted a simple design and rendering does not deviate from its philosophy. The front end is a pair of slender headlamps with integrated LED daytime running lights, consisting of mature and aggressive styling to say the least. The bonnet is scooped up and goes well with the black headlamp cluster and the black front grille with honeycomb inserts.
Multi-array headlamp elements, a redesigned front bumper with wider intakes, and a thick black housing for LED fog lights are highlights of other designs. The upright front facia features multi-spoke black alloy wheels, chrome-plated window lines, black columns, sportier character lines and creases, and a distinctive coupe silhouette.
Black accents are carried over to the rear, and horizontal wraparound LED tail lamps give a smoke-out effect. The sleek spoiler is undoubtedly a distinguishing feature because it is mounted on the boot lid. Going down, you’ll see a pre-designed rear bumper with a large exhaust system in the center. Like the exterior, the interior also has premium accessories.
In terms of performance, the next-generation Honda Civic Si is expected to use the same 1.5-liter 4-cylinder engine that produces 205 horsepower and a peak torque of 260 Nm.