Honda Brings CR-V, NSX and EV-STER Concepts to the Geneva Motor Show

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With the exception of the special edition Jazz Si, Honda didn't really have something new per se to share with us at the Geneva Motor Show as all three concept models displayed at its stand have already received their world premieres.

The most interesting prototype if of course the NSX, which is exhibited in Geneva with Honda instead of Acura badges. Seen for the first time in Detroit this past January, the study previews the design and technology direction for the second generation of the NSX.

Some of the highlights include the new hybrid all-wheel-drive system that utilizes a mid-mounted V6 engine and three electric motors.

Honda's second concept foreshadows the next CR-V for the European market that will make its official debut in production trim at the Paris Salon in the fall of 2012. No need to wait to see how it looks though as the 4th generation CR-V is already on sale in North America and Japan.

Finally, Honda is also showcasing the EV-STER study from the Tokyo Motor Show. This is a concept for an electric rear-wheel-drive two-seater convertible. According to reports, Honda has given the green light for the development of a production model, however, the Japanese automaker has yet to make an official announcement.