[EN] Geneva 2014: Honda is preparing the toys

Just a few weeks until Honda will lift its veil from the European version of the newest Civic Type-R during the 2014 Geneva Motorshow, but that’s not the only exponent – the FCEV concept will be revealed in Europe for the first time, the NSX as well (we are getting used to see it on display so far) but also the autopsy of the new 2014 WTCC Civic.

About the newest Civic Type-R we already talked and saw some pictures with the Concept in action – not spy shots, but not official either. The version presented was a hothatch in 5-doors setup, I am very curious to see if the official launchig product will feature a 3-doors version also.

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Regarding the FCEV Concept, this one will be presented in Europe for the first time – it’s an appeal to the newest technology developed by Honda, well, in this case we are talking more about the potential styling direction of the next-generation hybrid / full electric cars developed by the  Nippon constructor. The FCEV will be officially launched on the US and Japanese market starting with 2015.

About the NSX, there is nothing new to say – another Autoshow where they are going to display the car – nothing new to add since last year though.

But “la piece de resistance” in this case is – from my point of view – the WTCC Civic. – Honda has already created an important name in the Manufacturers’ Championship of the 2013 WTCC edition, so they will present the updated version of the 2014 Civic car.

Additionally, Honda will showcase the long history in the F1 championships, starting with 1964’s car – RA271, that debuted on the Nurburgring and the also well-known record-breaking turbo-charged RA168E engine which dominated the 1988 season.

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