Honda Civic Tourer “Active Life Concept” rides into Frankfurt with a Guinness World Record

Honda will reveal a concept version of its Civic Tourer estate at this year’s International Motor Show in Frankfurt aimed to add style and several new features, specifically to accommodate keen cyclists.

The new Civic “Active Life Concept” features a neat bike loading rack capable of transporting two bikes fully enclosed inside the car. In addition, a long retractable arm that extends outwards from the rear is present, facilitating easy maintenance and repairs

The car also features integrated air pumps, extra lighting located on the tailgate and an extended shaded area with retractable bench. Further accessories include a toolbox, bottle holder, its own water tank and a front wheel holder. Extra storage can also be stored in a specially designed slick roof box, perfect for carrying smaller accessories such as helmets.

The sporty and dynamic exterior reflects the active lifestyle of the customer. The Civic Tourer Active Life features a blue detailing throughout with a custom blue paint finish and blue stitching on the steering wheel and gear shift. Along with this is black roof lining mimics that are found on the Civic Sport and Civic Type R. The new model is also fitted with brand-new 18inch alloy wheels and a customer rear bump.

The Honda Civic Tourer Active Life Concept is powered by the 1.6 litre i-DTEC which recently set a Guinness World Record for efficiency returning 100.31MPG over a route of over 8,000 miles across 24 contiguous EU countries.

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