Honda will unveil a new wagon version of the European Civic at the 2013 Geneva International Motor Show. Previewed here in this sketch, the Civic Wagon will appear in Geneva as a production-ready concept. It will be built later this year at the Company’s production plant in Swindon, UK.
The Civic Wagon will further strengthen the car’s range by offering a more practical variant. Plus, the idea of a compact and efficient estate car is hugely appealing to the families with kids. What’s more, judging by the teaser picture Honda has released, the Civic Wagon is going to be a good-looking car as well.
Joining the Civic Wagon in Geneva is the Honda NSX Concept II, the evolution of the new super car first shown back in 2012. The exterior design has not changed over the previous version, because the focus with this car is on the interior.
Also making an appearance at the Swiss event is a version of the Honda CR-V crossover, powered by the 1.6 i-DTEC diesel engine from the Earth Dreams series. This front-wheel-drive variant offers very low running costs.