Most likely closer to coupe length. Hatchback variants tend to be on the shorter spectrum compared to sedans because they don't need the extra length to have good trunk space. Not sure if they'll directly copy the coupe's riding stance, but my best guess is it'll definitely be shorter than the sedan in overall length and wheelbase length.Do you think it will be sedan or coupe length? The render makes it appear coupe short.
The hump across the roof at the rear, is it a spoiler, or part of the hatch door?
The render makes the rear door glass appear taller, but I doubt that would happen.
I looked at crosstour in google images, it looks like it may be a mini crosstour.
Thats the beauty of this new platform, it's AWD compatible (because it'll be in the new CRV eventually). I agree, acura could use a small hatch (ILX hatch?). Acura has already mentioned stepping up it's game with the SH-AWD across it's model range so i think as time goes forward we'll see more AWD variants of acura's cars as the next generations start rolling in. (fingers crossed they look like the recently revealed precision concept car). I think an SH-AWD accord would be a winner as well.New to the site. Currently on my 3rd Honda. This is the sexiest render for any civic model I've seen since they first announced the 10th gen. It probably wont look like this when it finally is announced considering the spy shots of the Type R during its Nurburgring tests, but my God this is BEAUTIFUL. Almost like the rear of the Euro A45 AMG from the front quarter view. And the inevitable Touring Model would look that much better with the LED headlights. If the hatch truly does look like this, I will CERTAINLY be waiting for the manual turbo model. Please Honda! Make this gen the revolution that Honda deserves. And just a stupid request. Can we get a Civic hatch like this with the SH-AWD from Acura?! Ditch the Real Time AWD, streamline the SH-AWD for your different platforms, make it available on the Civic Hatch and Top Trim Accord Sedan models, and your looking to bank ridiculous amounts. It wont even need a giant engine as long as weight stays realistic. I understand the simplicity and cost efficiency of FWD, but lets make some of those strides in innovation like Honda was known for back with CVCC and the old Civic 4WD. IJS. Anyway, really beautiful render.