Honda Civic comes as a prototype of the Geneva Motor Show

One more year on the current  performance of Honda Civic. The Japanese will announce the new prototype model through the exhibition in Geneva.

The recent arrival of sporting supercars NSX, ekskplozivniot charge of Civic Type-R and plans to recover the S2000 roadster in supply could not produce anything but dynamic and aggressive look of the next generation of compact Civic, the ultimate confirmation that speed and power is returned to  the list of tasks for the Japanese. One more year while current van limousine  replaced with a fully new generation of Civic. Honda today announced the teaser of the prototype with whom he announces future Civic, whose premiere appearance will occur in next month’s Geneva Motor Show.

The characteristic rear spoiler integrated into the glass becomes even more dominant with the lights, which are attached to it and achieved impressive form visually expand and highlight the protruded pages body. Illuminating LEDs that form a double line along lights already implied, and you can not overlook that the brand logo is dimensioned with great pride. The rear bumper diffuser and ends with dual exhaust pipe in the middle. Aerodynamics is a skill that Honda engineers have mastered long ago through motorsport and greatly helps the current Type-R, and obviously that tenth-generation Civic will be served with similar tricks. At the end of the roof are seen mini-skirts who care for the proper implementation of air currents behind the vehicle.

Van limousinewill be manufactured at Honda in the UK, from where it will be exported to the global market, including the United States, where it is already on sale saloon of the tenth generation of Civic. Engines and equipment not yet disclose details.

Along with a prototype Civic, the salon will experience a European premiere serial car powered by hydrogen Clarity Fuel Cell, will present sporting supercars beating NSX, and concept car based on the Jazz.

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