The hatchback will be introduced during a virtual concert on June 23 at 9 p.m. EDT on a Honda Youtube channel.
Pricing for the hatchback was not announced.
The specifications for the five-door model are not expected to stray much from the Civic sedan, given that the two share a platform.
Honda outlined the sedan's new features nearly two months ago, but won't release pricing until the car goes on sale June 16.
The 2022 Civic sedan offers an all-digital instrument panel, a sport driving mode, a premium Bose stereo system and a metal honeycomb accent across the dash as part of a simplified interior design.
The Civic sedan is the first of Honda's redesigned models to feature a simplified interior that minimizes clutter and driver distractions while providing easy access to controls for infotainment, climate and other functions.
The Civic sedan offers new options on the high-level Touring trim, such as the all-digital instrument display measuring 10.2 inches, new 9-inch infotainment touch screen and a Bose premium sound system.
On the lower LX and Sport trims, the standard 2.0-liter, four-cylinder engine produces the same 158 hp as the outgoing model but comes with a standard idle-stop system and new catalytic converter design to improve fuel efficiency by 1 mpg in city driving, according to EPA estimates.
On the higher EX and Touring trims, the Civic sedan comes with a 1.5-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine that makes 180 hp, for a 6-hp increase over the outgoing model, Honda said. The turbo engine also gains 1 mpg in the city cycle, Honda said.
While the Civic sedan sells in greater quantities than the hatchback, Honda considers the five-door an alternative to a crossover, offering somewhat similar utility with sportier handling and a lower price.