Honda Civic Tourer Active Life Concept

Sep 14, 2015

Category: Rides

The typical Honda Civic isn’t usually something that would normally get a ton of attention, but sometimes a great idea comes along that forces us to make an exception. The Honda Civic “Tourer Active Life” concept car is one of those exceptions.

This Honda concept is specifically designed to easily carry bikes and all of the extras associated with cycling, like tools, water bottles and riding gear. In fact, the model has a deep cargo bay in the back which will allow cyclists to easily store two bikes side-by-side. The car also includes a toolbox and a front wheel holder integrated within the trunk side lining. Of course, it’s likely that this concept will never see the light of day, mostly because it’s such a small niche market. Still, let’s all take a moment to appreciate its design and space utilization expertise.

Civic Tourer Active Life Concept

Civic Tourer Active Life Concept

Civic Tourer Active Life Concept

Civic Tourer Active Life Concept

Civic Tourer Active Life Concept

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