We have already seen the upcoming 2016 Honda Civic testing multiple times, but for the first time we now have images of the interior.
While half of the dash is covered by a multi-colored blanket, we get a good glimpse of the 2016 Honda Civic interior, revealing the heavy revisions that have come to the center stack, infotainment unit and gauge cluster.
The multi-tier gauge cluster and infotainment screen is gone, replaced by a more conventional look that has all of the gauges housed under one cover. Physical buttons and knobs have been brought back to the center stack as well, replacing the touch-sensitive buttons that are in the current 2014 Civic.
A large storage bin is seen just behind the gear shift while the armrest also appears to be capable of storing items.
The 2016 Civic will be available as a sedan, hatchback and coupe. It will get its power from either a small naturally aspirated four-cylinder or a new turbocharged four banger. Honda has also confirmed that the Civic Type R will be sold in the U.S., they it may not be until 2017 or 2018.
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