2010 Honda Civic photos and a WOW

Wow is all I could say when seeing the photos of the upcoming 2010 Honda Civic. A while ago we showed you the facelift for the 2009 Honda Civic.

What can we say about the 2010 model? It breaks the bland styling of its class once again. It is even more aggresive than the one on sale now, and this can only make us very happy. The visibility in the back will be improved in order to address some complaints about the crrent model. ALso, there will be a clear diffenrence between the 3 door and 5 door models, each aimed for a different target group.

The Type R is also in the works, so I can’t wait for 2010. How about you? Check out one more photo after the jump.

Source: AutoExpress

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Comments (11)

  • rubleytj says:

    That does look really sharp. I wonder if we’ll get it here in the U.S. now that Americans appear to be a bit more small car conscious…

    dc

  • intensive driving says:

    I agree - I think it looks superb.

  • ciling 3 says:

    sirrocco copy

  • sunny_TooR says:

    can’t wait to buy 1 , its totally like a sporty look.

  • alexx88 says:

    Well compared to US car it really looks sharp,BUT CAMPARED TO EURO model it looks dated :(

  • Vlad Balan says:

    Actually, I think it looks good for the European market too.

  • dojer says:

    WOW is right. My current Honda Accrd 2007 lease is up at the end of Dec. 2009 and I can barely wait to get my hands on the 2010 Civic. I’m also going to take a good look at the new Honda Insight.

  • Toad says:

    If I was Honda, I wouldn’t wait until 2010 - the market is in such a state that it needs something special to make people part with their money. Price it right and make it handle as well as a Focus and I’ll have one.

  • COCK says:

    that is not the future cuvuc

  • michael says:

    i think this model should be saved for later and should work on making it a non-gas taking car

  • mpls2 says:

    ’sirrocco copy’

    No way, more like the scirrocco got its design cues from the old 5th Generation civic

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