Here's our first glimpse at Honda's next-gen hatchback that's scheduled to hit the market next year.
The teaser of the Geneva-bound concept shows just the rear of the new Civic.
Most of it will, in all likelihood, make it into production, but elements such as the huge air outlets and the twin exhaust at the center presumably won't, at least in the regular models. Could we be looking at the next Type R? Too far-fetched at this early stage...
Honda will manufacture the upcoming model in its UK plant and will export it to all global markets, including the United States.
While the Civic Hatch Prototype is in for a global premiere, the Clarity Fuel Cell will make its European debut in Switzerland, following its presentation from the Tokyo Show in October. This is the first production fuel cell saloon to house its entire powertrain under the hood and promises a range of up to 435 miles (700km).
The Jazz Keenlight Concept is part of the company's Geneva Show will also be on display. It is a new design study based on the popular Jazz, which seeks to highlight its potential for customization, using sleek design elements, special decals and a new unique color, called Keenlight.
Honda celebrates the beginning of the first European customer deliveries of the new NSX in 2016 by bringing the supercar to the event, right after U.S. sales began at the Detroit Show, last month. Prospective buyers will get to enjoy the new mid-mounted DOHC with twin turbochargers, connected to a 9-speec DCT.
The CRF1000L Africa Twin motorcycle carries the "go anywhere" spirit of its predecessors and has an "agile chassis" ready for on-road and off-road adventures, and a "powerful parallel twin-cylinder engine".