Honda today formerly revealed detailed information on the all-new Honda Civic Sedan, as the brand kicksoff the 11th generation of it's highly popular compact series. Honda showed a concept of the new Civic last fall, and the production version keeps that same clean, modern exterior and highly personal focused interior. Like the outgoing Civic, two 4-cylinder engines will be available for the 2022 model: A naturally aspirated 158-horsepower 2.0-liter, or a 180-horespower turbocharged 1.5-liter depending on trim. Both are paired with an updated continuously variable automatic transmission uniquely tuned for each engine. Power delivery, engine sound, overall refinement and EPA fuel economy ratings of both engines are improved, with the 1.5L also getting a boost in power output. Inside, the latest in technology has been smartly integrated into an ultra-clean layout. For the first time, all Civic trims have either a partial or full digital instrument display while gaining notably larger standard and available color touchscreens.  LX, Sport and EX grades are equipped with a 7-inch color LCD instrument display similar to that found in Accord. Touring models are fitted with Civic’s first all-digital LCD instrument display. Measuring 10.2 inches, the high-definition full-color LCD panel displays a variety of information, all customizable from the steering wheel. The custom modes include showing gauges in a traditional round needle-and-dial, or bar graphs flanking the left and right of the screen. In the dash top center, LX, Sport and EX grades come standard with a new 7-inch color touchscreen, the largest standard screen in Civic history. Civic Touring also debuts an all-new 9-inch color touchscreen, which builds upon the foundation laid by the Display Audio system in Honda models such as Accord, Odyssey, Pilot and Passport. The new Civic will begin arriving at dealerships later this spring.