Honda's upcoming Civic sedan has been spotted at its manufacturing plant in Rajasthan.
The car spied inside the factory is the international variant of the car and it is likely here for testing purposes.
The leaked images of the car reveal the front end of the vehicle as well some portions of the interior.
The front end of the car features angular headlamps flanking the grille. A Chrome strips runs across the top of the headlamps and across the centre of the grille as well. At the centre of the strip is the Honda badge which has been done up in chrome as well.
The interior spy shot reveals a large infotainment colour touchscreen display that sits above the controls for the A/C. Also seen in the image is the automatic gearbox.
The international version of the Civic is powered by two petrol engines, a 1.5-litre turbocharged engine and a 2.0-litre naturally aspirated engine. If and when the Civic does come into production in India, a diesel engine is also expected to make its way under the hood.