Honda Atlas has finally launched the Honda Civic 2022, Pakistan’s most awaited sedan. The car was unveiled during a digital launch on the company’s Facebook and YouTube channels. Top Honda officials, media representatives, and Honda dealers attended the event, which was held at a hotel in Lahore.
The company displayed three units of the new Civic during the launch, each of which was a different variant of the car. The company also unveiled two new colors: meteoroid grey metallic and morning mist blue metallic. The attendees had been anticipating the car’s arrival, and the majority of them were pleased to see it.
The new Honda Civic has a more conservative appearance than its predecessor, which is a good thing.
The front end looks dignified yet imposing, with a large bumper grille in the middle and a sleek main grille between the headlights. The menacing appearance is enhanced by the new headlights’ sharp Daytime Running Lights (DRLs). The elongated and straightened-out bonnet adds sophistication to the overall look.
Along the length of the vehicle, the side profile features smooth and simple lines. The new Civic comes with 17-inch dark alloy rims (16-inch in base and mid-level variants) in Pakistan, which are more attractive than previous generations.
The ‘European design influence’ is most visible in the back end. The car’s angular and sharp taillights, straightened-out boot lid, high-up bumper reflectors, central trim down below, and dual oval exhaust tips (in the top trim only) give it a sporty look.
Honda has completely redesigned the interior of the 11th-generation Civic. A minimalistic dashboard design, silver trim pieces at various points throughout the cabin, and ambient lighting give the interior a premium feel.
“Safety for Everyone,” Honda’s global safety concept, aims to create a collision-free society in which automobile occupants, motorcycle riders, and everyone can safely share the roads. By 2050, Honda hopes to have zero traffic collision fatalities involving Honda vehicles.