According to Honda, its Sports 4 Concept brings "the thrill of total control to all." In other words, Honda claims that the Sports 4 conveys the sensations and pleasures of driving a sports sedan to each of its four occupants. To accomplish this goal, Honda has equipped the Sports 4 with four individual bucket seats, a glass roof that features four independent shades, and its Super Handling All-Wheel Drive (SH-AWD) system, whose power allocation is displayed via a dash monitor that is visible from every seat.

Inside, the Sports 4 utilizes metal, wood, and leather trim stylishly arranged in Honda's next-generation cockpit design, which is ideal for "at-a-glance recognition and intuitive control." Look for a similarly styled cockpit, as well as hints of the Sports 4's sharp, dynamic exterior lines, in the next-generation Accord family.

HONDA Cyvic Euro

Honda has released pics of its new eighth-generation Civic that will be begin selling in Europe in the early part of 2006. The design is described as being a "wedge-shaped forward cabin" that we think probably wouldn't fly here in North America though is most likely suitable for European tastes. There's a lot of hidden utility built into Europe's version of the Civic, with the hatch sporting rear seats that can be tipped up to form a second storage area or dive down to create a flat floor.










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