Nobody has reported success yet, but don't let that stop you trying. Let us know how if works out.
Yes, The civic appears to run on Linux pretty much android. I am researching hacks of the same sort and have found persons with success.
First look up HDMI connections from your android to your civic.
I have not purchased my civic yet, I am looking into how to get full access of my device via the civics built in touchscreen.
I want to avoid the civics proprietary systems and choose my android via the hondas screen. I am finding sucessfull
notes on HDMI connections between the car and your android look to be the way to get the services that are already running on your android rather than hondas version of navigation and entertainment.
You can already Bluetooth your android music and sounds from your android or iphone or other BT capable device to your honda sound system.
with your phone or tablet playing its own playlist and running your preferd navigation would come out the car speakers.
back to touchscreen control of your android, There is also MirrorCast.
If your handheld device is Mirrorcast capable, that lets you use the cars touchscreen to access the androids screen.
One way is if your phone is running as a WiFi hotspot (access point).how do i connect to a same network all the way along when i am on road?
Connect back to itself? I don't understand what you are saying.but i don't think my phone can spread wifi signal and connect back to itself at the same time lol