The Japanese based automaker Honda has recently released the first images with the upcoming Civic Tourer, which will get the rear Adaptive Damper System.
According to the car manufacturer, the Honda Civic Tourer will be the first production model to receive the rear adaptive damper system. The driver of the car will be able to choose between three selectable settings, comfort, normal and dynamic, all of them offering different settings in order to meet the driving conditions.
“By introducing the technology in this format, we expect many customers will be able to experience the benefits of this advanced system”, said the Large Project Leader, Adrian Killham.
The brand new Honda Civic Tourer with its rear adaptive damper system will weigh 40 kg (88 lbs) less than the hatchback and it will be powered by a 1.6 liter diesel engine, which should help it emit less than 100 g/km of CO2. The more practical Honda Civic Tourer should be between 500 GBP and 1,200 GBP more expensive than its hatchback brother. Additional details on the model in question are limited for the moment and will probably be announced over the following months.