With the 2013 Geneva Auto Show being less than a month away, auto manufacturers are beginning to reveal details about the models they will debut in Switzerland.
Honda today announced that it has three premieres for the event. The first one is the Civic Wagon Concept, which the Japanese company says will provide “strong cues” for the production model that will be added to the European C-segment model’s line-up, likely within the next year or so.
The NSX Concept that was unveiled last month at the Detroit show as an Acura and gave us a look at the new supercar’s nearly production-ready interior will make its European debut in Geneva, naturally with Honda badges.
Finally, Honda’s stand will also feature the new CR-V compact crossover with the company’s new 1.6-liter i-DTEC diesel engine that is already available in the Civic hatchback. The new variant of the CR-V will be offered in European markets only with front-wheel drive and a manual transmission, with sales scheduled to start in autumn.
By Andrew Tsaousis