Honda will be bringing to next week’s Frankfurt Motor Show their new Civic Tourer Active Life concept. It was developed primarily for cyclists as it comes with a special loading rack featuring an extendable arm that provides easier access to the two bicycles stored in the spacious trunk which can store up to 1,668 liters of cargo if you fold down the rear seats. The concept also gets a retractable bench, an air pump and a large light mounted within the tailgate. It has also been equipped with a toolbox, bottle holder, water tank, front wheel holder and an extended shade area.
Featuring a unique blue paint, the Civic Tourer Active Life concept has a specially developed roof box that can carry shoes, helmets and other items that a cyclist needs. The vehicle sits on bespoke 18-inch rims and comes with a silver roof and a reworked rear bumper while inside the cabin it gets a black headliner and blue stitching.
Based on the production Civic Tourer, the concept is motivated by the highly economical four-cylinder, 1.6-liter turbodiesel that has an official average fuel consumption of 3.8 liters / 100 km. It develops 120 PS and 300 Nm of torque which is enough for a 0-100 km/h sprint in 10.1 seconds.