Filed under: Concept Cars, Detroit Auto Show, Coupe, Budget, Sedan, Honda
Honda dusted off concept versions of the ninth generation Civic Coupe and Sedan at the 2011 Detroit Auto Show today, and the automaker says that along with mildly updated exteriors, both vehicles will wear improved interiors compared to the current-generation Civic. Judging from the history of Honda concepts, there’s a good chance that the production versions of both the four and two-door Civics will be very similar to the vehicles you see above. That means that the Civic Coupe will wear styling influenced heavily by the current Accord Coupe.
Meanwhile, four-door buyers can expect an exterior design very similar to the 2011 Civic. Though the sedan’s front-fascia wears a little bit more menace than the current design, the carried-over grille and headlights are more than a little familiar. Out back, new tail lamps and a re-sculpted trunk deck dominate the view.
Honda says that for the first time, buyers in all 50 states will be able to get their hands on the natural-gas Civic. Previously, the green machine was only available in select markets. Additionally, the Civic Hybrid will now boast lithium-ion batteries as opposed nickel-metal hydride. Hit the jump for the full press release.
Gallery: 2011 Detroit: 2012 Honda Civic Coupe Concept
Gallery: 2011 Detroit: 2012 Honda Civic Concept
Gallery: 2012 Honda Civic Coupe
Gallery: 2012 Honda Civic Sedan
Live Photos Copyright (C)2011 Zach Bowman / AOL
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