The automaker utilized the Geneva car exhibition today to present a model of the Civic hatchback that sets to come back to the U.S. market following an 11-year break.
Despite the fact that Honda has named the car a prototype, the generation Civic hatchback booked to go at a bargain in the U.S. not long from now as a 2017 model relied upon to be almost indistinguishable.
It will proceed for other compact hatchbacks, for example, the Mazda3, Ford Focus, Subaru Impreza and Chevrolet Cruze.
Honda is hoping to reinforce its execution cred without venturing into the Type R domain (that comes later), so Civic hatchback will come just with Honda's new 1.5-liter turbocharged four-chamber engine.
Force and execution figures haven't been revealed, however 174 hp and 162 pounds-feet of torque in Civic car and vehicle. The generation hatchback will accompany either a constantly variable transmission or a six-speed manual transmission.