Honda will be revealing its two new concept cars together with a diesel variant of the CR-V at the 2013 Geneva Motor Show.
The Civic wagon concept model will hold its world debut at the show and is set to further strengthen the sales of the Civic range. The digital sketch shows an aggressive overall body structure matched with pronounced wheel arches and a centrally located tailpipe.
Aside from the Civic wagon concept, the next generation of the NSX concept will also make its world debut at the show. While the exterior retains most of the details from the previous generation, the interior design on the concept has evolved and is now closer to the final design.
Alongside the two concepts, a diesel variant of the CR-V will also be showcased. It now has a 1.6-liter i-DTEC diesel engine with Honda's Earth Dreams Technology. The CR-V 1.6i-DTEC will be available in two-wheel drive, with manual transmission to provide a balance of performance and economy.