Interior of all-new 2022 Honda Civic FE teased - futuristic yet simple
Eric · Apr 27, 2021 09:48 PM
You’ve seen the exterior. Now, let's take a peek inside as Honda has released a sketch of the all-new 2022 Honda Civic FE’s interior.
According to Honda, the all-new Civic FE’s interior utilizes the latest “simplicity and something” design language and will be applied to future Honda models.
Compared to the FC-generation Civic, the new-generation model gets a floating-style infotainment display, much like the Honda Accord. The sketch also reveals that the all-new Civic gets a single, unified air-conditioning up front, not too dissimilar to the equally-new Honda HR-V.
The new design philosophy features a renewed focus on Honda's classic "Man Maximum, Machine Minimum" approach that maximizes cabin space, while minimizing space required for mechanical components.
Johnathan Norman, Creative Lead for Honda Interior Design in the U.S. said, "Simplicity in design requires not only a strong philosophy, but a discipline toward the user experience. We've heard from designers working for other brands who say they were inspired by the simple, human-centered design of old Hondas. Well, so are we!"
The "and something" is the personality and character of the design meant to invoke a positive emotional response from the driver and passengers, expressed through design details such as the careful knurling of a knob or charm of a material.
Honda will be unveiling its newest C-segment sedan later this week, so stay tuned for that!