|Tenth generation (FC)|
|Designer||Jarad Hall (sedan: 2013)
Guy Melville-Brown (coupe: 2013)
Daisuke Tsutamori (hatchback: 2014)
|Body and chassis|
|Body style||2-door coupe (FC3/FC4)
4-door sedan (FC1/FC2/FC5)
5-door hatchback (FK7/FK4)
|Related||Honda CR-V (fifth generation)|
|Engine||1.6L R16B I4
1.8L R18Z1 I4
2.0L K20C2 I4
1.5L L15B7 I4 (turbo)
1.0L I3 (turbo)
|Wheelbase||2,700 mm (106.3 in)|
|Length||Sedan: 4,630 mm (182.3 in)
Coupe: 4,492 mm (176.9 in)
Hatchback: 4,519 mm (177.9 in)
|Width||1,799 mm (70.8 in)|
|Height||Sedan: 1,416 mm (55.7 in)
Coupe: 1,395 mm (54.9 in)
Hatchback: 1,429 mm (56.3 in)
|Curb weight||Sedan: 1,244–1,326 kg (2,743–2,923 lb)
Coupe: 1,242–1,310 kg (2,738–2,888 lb)
Hatchback: 1,277–1,362 kg (2,815–3,003 lb)
The Civic is based on an all-new Honda compact global platform.
The tenth-generation Civic features a new fastback exterior design, with the rear C-pillar flowing into the tailgate. The front of the car features a new chrome wing design that flows across the top of the headlamps.
The interior of the new Civic likewise features major design changes. Unlike the split bi-level speedometer and tachometer of its predecessor, the tenth generation Civic consolidates these instruments into a fully customisable, all digital interface incorporating a 7-inch LCD screen positioned directly behind the steering wheel and in the driver's line of sight.
The Civic Concept was unveiled during April at the 2015 New York Auto Show.
Civic variants include sedan, coupe, five-door hatchback, Si trims, and Type-R models.