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Hello everyone, I am from Beijing. Recently, I have a set of real shot pictures about the 11th generation Civic. I share it with you. I hope you like it!

It looks very good and is expected to be unveiled at the Shanghai Auto Show that opens in April,I have the 10th generation Civic, now I hope to change to the 11th generation Civic immediately.

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Did you sit inside?
And where can we see more photos?
 

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I have the 10th generation Civic, now I hope to change to the 11th generation Civic immediately.
First off, thanks for the pic! (It doesn't look terrible, just a bit boring....less aggressive than 10th gen)

Just curious - what about it makes you want to upgrade so urgently from a 10th to an 11th??? I'm not tracking.
 
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First off, thanks for the pic! (It doesn't look terrible, just a bit boring....less aggressive than 10th gen)

Just curious - what about it makes you want to upgrade so urgently from a 10th to an 11th??? I'm not tracking.
Because the 11th generation Civic looks more refined, the configuration will be higher ;) ;)
 
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First off, thanks for the pic! (It doesn't look terrible, just a bit boring....less aggressive than 10th gen)

Just curious - what about it makes you want to upgrade so urgently from a 10th to an 11th??? I'm not tracking.
I think both the 10th and 11th generations are very good-looking, one is more sporty, the other is more advanced and refined
 
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Combining the information from the previous Civic declaration map of the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology of China, let me talk about it in detail. The 11th-generation Civic is produced in China by Dongfeng Honda and GAC Honda respectively. In other words, there will be two versions, maybe there are slight changes in appearance? The new car will officially land on the Chinese market this year. Perhaps there will be more new news at the Shanghai Auto Show that opens in April.
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Judging from the previous declaration, the new car adopts the latest design of the Honda family. Compared with the current Civic, the new generation of Civic is obviously more home-oriented. The movement effect of the front face is partially weakened, becoming more atmospheric and refined. The front enveloping style presents a radical design, which creates a good sense of movement.
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Viewed from the side, the new car is more inclined to the traditional sedan shape. The fastback design of the current model has not continued in this generation, but the sports version has a small black tail at the rear, which brings some sporty enhancements. In addition, you can see that the style of the wheel hub has also changed, and the blackened wheel hub can also enhance the sporty atmosphere.

The changes in the rear of the car are not small, the new taillights have a larger area, and the LED light source taillights are also very effective after they are lit. The exhaust layout below has been changed from the hidden type of the current model to the exposed type
The two-sided exhaust layout, which seems to have not forgotten his own sports identity.
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In terms of size, the length, width and height of the Chinese version of the Civic are 4674/1802/1415mm respectively, and the wheelbase is 2735mm, still maintaining the sedan design.

Power system, according to the information currently exposed, the new Civic will be equipped with 1.5L and 1.5T power systems, while the current 1.0T three-cylinder engine did not appear in this declaration.
 

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They took the low slung swoopiness of the car away and squared things off. Looks much more upright/less sporty.

Don't care for it.

AT ALL.
 
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LED light source taillights are also very effective after they are lit
There is just one thing that doesn't make sense. Why develop a tailight in 2019 (yes, 2019, because the light design is usually about 1 to maximum 2 years before reveal fix) without LED turn signal / reverse light. There isn't any cost or engineering savings with standard bulbs compared to LED light sources.

I really like the 11th gen design overall. It reminds more with the low hood and higher passanger cabin design of the 4th/5th/6th gen civics. I don't really like 7th-9th gen design with the ridiculous steep and high hood.
 

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There is just one thing that doesn't make sense. Why develop a tailight in 2019 (yes, 2019, because the light design is usually about 1 to maximum 2 years before reveal fix) without LED turn signal / reverse light. There isn't any cost or engineering savings with standard bulbs compared to LED light sources.

I really like the 11th gen design overall. It reminds more with the low hood and higher passanger cabin design of the 4th/5th/6th gen civics. I don't really like 7th-9th gen design with the ridiculous steep and high hood.
Totally agree... the CRV, essentially the civics crossover cousin has full LED rear lights... why is the civic still going with bulb style turn and reverse lights... could be something they'll reserve for the mid model update

I also see the comparison to the old school 5th/6th gens... my first car was a 95' sedan in harvard blue... and the OP shot in that dark gray/blue color instantly put me in the mind of my first civic. The clean simple design, the simple rectangular shape of the headlights, the low hood height, the upright windshield, etc.
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