Honda Motor Co. will reveal its newest lineup for the European car range renewal at the 2016 Geneva Motor Show, which is also the venue of the global debut of the Honda Civic Hatchback Prototype. Honda is set to offer a sneak peek of its new hatchback model's exterior design.
The Honda Civic Hatchback, which is produced by Honda of the UK Manufacturing (HUM), is said to be released in Europe by early 2017. The vehicle will be distributed around the world, including the US markets.
On the other hand, the Honda Clarity Fuel Cell, the first production fuel cell saloon to feature the whole fuel cell powertrain under the bonnet, will also make its European premiere following its global debut last October at the Tokyo Motor Show. The vehicle has a maximum range of 435 miles or 700 km.
Moreover, its interior was made with a seating capacity of five, which is a first for a fuel cell saloon. 2016 will mark the beginning of NSX customer sales in the European region. Sales of the vehicle in the US followed after the car's appearance at the 2015 Detroit Motor Show.
The NSX has low and wide proportions, perfectly matched with contemporary and appealing surfacing, bold front styling, and rear lights inspired from the original NSX. The new hybrid vehicle also features an all-new, mid-mounted DOHC V-6 engine that comes with twin turbochargers married to a special nine-speed DCT.
The automobile company is also expected to launch a new concept model of one of its famous brands, the Honda Jazz. With sleek styling elements, unique coating dubbed as 'Keenlight', and special decals, the Jazz Keenlight concept emphasizes the vehicle's customization potentials.
Adapting the "go-anywhere" attitude of its predecessors, the CRF1000L takes pride with a powerful parallel twin-cylinder engine packed into a lightweight, agile chassis that offers a genuine adventurous experience.
Just months ago at the 2015 Los Angeles Auto Show (November 2015), Honda unveiled the second member of its reengineered 10th generation Civic lineup -- the 2016 Civic Coupe.
The new 2016 Honda Civic Coupe employs Honda's next-generation Advanced Compatibility Body Structure (ACE), which when used in conjunction with advanced airbags, seatbelts and the available Honda Sensing suite of technologies -- provide a high level of safety. The 2016 Civic Coupe is targeting to grab an NCAP 5-Star Overall Vehicle Score from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) as well as a TOP SAFETY PICK+ rating from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS).
The new 2016 Honda Civic Coupe is scheduled to be launched in March 2016.