The Honda Civic is based on an Honda compact global platform manufactured by Honda. The first Civic was introduced in July 1972 as a two-door model. Originally, the Civic has gone through several generational changes, becoming both larger and more upmarket and moving into the compact car segment. The Civic currently falls between the Honda Fit and Honda Accord. The tenth generation Honda Civic features a new fastback exterior design, with the rear C-pillar flowing into the tailgate. The front of the car features a new chrome wing design that flows across the top of the headlamps. The interior of the new Civic has major design changes. Unlike the split bi-level speedometer and tachometer of its predecessor, the tenth generation of Honda Civic gives a fully customization, all digital interface incorporating a 7-inch LCD screen positioned directly behind the steering wheel and in the driver's line of sight. The latest model Honda Civic 2017 exterior specifications include a brand new and more aggressive design language. Honda Civic front end houses sleek HIDs with integrated LED daytime running lights, a trapezium grille integrated into the design of the headlights with chrome accents and triple air intakes. Honda Civic sloping rear end houses aggressively designed angular C-shaped side swept taillights. The up spec model comes with front black grill, 16 inch alloy wheels, sunroof, retractable door mirrors and fog lights. Options include Modulo kit, door edge guards and door visors. The Honda Civic 2017 interior comprises of black and polished silver plastic trim pieces. Honda Civic front and rear seats trims are available in a combination of black, grey and ivory fabric. Standard features include, automatic climate control, 12-Volt power outlet, 4-speaker 160 watt audio system, 5.0-inch multi-information display, traction control, electronic stability control, power door mirrors, push button start and keyless entry. Options include leather seats, cruise control and navigation.