Honda will attend this year Frankfurt Motor Show with a new concept, based on the most spacious estate model in the compact segment: the Civic Tourer. The Japanese model has a loading capacity of 1668 liters when the back seat is folded. To enjoy this space, Honda thought at a concept that could combine mobility with the passion for bikes.

Features include a smart loading rack capable of transporting two bicycles, along with a retractable arm which can be extended from the rack, making maintenance and repairs easier. Other maintenance accessories include a built in integrated air pump, a large light located on the tailgate, an extended shade area and a retractable bench making the Concept an ideal vehicle for cycling enthusiasts.
 
Further accessories include a toolbox, bottle holder, water tank and a front wheel holder which are all integrated within the trunk side lining. Other clever storage solutions include a special aero shape roof box designed to accommodate essential cycling accessories such as shoes and helmets.

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The exterior styling of the Civic Tourer Active Life Concept features a custom blue paint finish with a lower gun metallic gradation and a silver roofline which help accentuate the Civic Tourer’s aerodynamic design. New 18-inch alloy wheels and a custom design rear bumper further complete the look.

The interior also features a customised theme; blue stitching can be found on the steering wheel and on the gear shift, along with a sporty black roof lining, which is also found on the Civic Sport and Civic Type R. The front seats combine both suede and leather and feature a carbon tape with blue piping that runs along the centre and along the upper outer areas of the seat, continuing into the suede door lining.