2022 Honda Civic debuts “Simplicity and Something” in interior design

2022 Honda Civic debuts “Simplicity and Something” in interior design


Honda is ready to reveal the 11th generation worldwide Civic tomorrow, ril 28th 2021. While we saw several outside Spy images Honda’s next-gen Civic still managed to keep the interior of the new Civic under control. Even when Honda introduced the new Civic with its preview first official pictureThere was no light inside the coming sedan. Now Honda has released a new video highlighting its new interior design philosophy. This new design philosophy, known as “Simplicity and Something”, will be adopted by all future Honda vehicles, starting with the Honda Civic 2022.

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Honda is ready to reveal the 11th generation worldwide Civic tomorrow, ril 28th 2021. While we saw several outside Spy images Honda’s next-gen Civic still managed to keep the interior of the new Civic under control. Even when Honda introduced the new Civic with its preview first official pictureThere was no light inside the coming sedan. Now Honda has released a new video highlighting its new interior design philosophy. This new design philosophy, known as “Simplicity and Something”, will be adopted by all future Honda vehicles, starting with the Honda Civic 2022.

Honda’s new interior design philosophy goes back to “human-centered designs” of early Honda vehicles. This essentially means that the automaker aims to keep things simple and intuitive for its customers. Modern cars have become increasingly complicated and tech-oriented, and the challenge is to break away from that complexity. Honda intends to simplify the design of the vehicle interior and improve the user experience. Of course, like any other modern car, the interior of the future Honda will have touchscreens and digital instrument clusters, but that’s only part of the interior.

Honda interior design philosophyThis is the first preview of Honda’s new interior design philosophy, “Simplicity and Something”.

Also read: No more spy pictures; Here is the first official picture of the 11th generation Honda Civic

Technological advancement has obviously brought with it much more opportunity and connectivity, but it has also created its own challenges. Simplicity is therefore the key word for Honda’s new design philosophy. The interior of a car should not only be about a design that attracts attention, it should also have a high level of functionality. Honda has therefore considered other aspects of the interior design such as visibility with thin pillars, low hood and large glass area for improved visibility. The ergonomics of the cab, where things fall easily into the hand, was also a major focus of Honda’s new interior design philosophy.

2022 Honda Civic Prototype interiorHonda had previously shown a preview of the interior of the 2022 Civic with this design sketch.

In terms of design, the preview gives us a glimpse of a fairly uncluttered interior. Clean, horizontal lines on the dashboard and neatly integrated air vents convey a sense of simplicity. The dashboard is dominated by a floating touchscreen infotainment system. The three-spoke steering wheel looks elegant yet is very functional with controls mounted on the steering wheel. Honda takes a “Man Maximum / Machine Minimum” approach, which maximizes cabin space and minimizes the space required for mechanical components. The interior will also contain items that “evoke a positive emotional response”. These elements, known as “something”, are unique and personal for each model and help differentiate the products.

Honda Civic Official PreviewThis is the first official picture of the production spec Honda Civic to be previewed ahead of its global unveiling tomorrow.

In terms of simplicity and high functional value, Honda has kept physical dials for volume and climate control, large and easily recognizable icons for the infotainment screen, fast processing speed, a simplified navigation system with fewer embedded menus, and easy access to frequently used functions. The automaker hopes to make your future Honda vehicle “something you want to drive and enjoy using”. We’ll have a better idea of ​​what to expect when Honda finally unveils the 2022 Civic tomorrow.

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