Honda to Unveil a Host of Exciting New Cars at the Upcoming Geneva Motor Show

29th January 2015

The stunning Honda NSX .

The Honda NSX supercar was one of the hottest topics at the recent Detroit Motor Show, and Honda want to have the same impact in Europe with the official unveiling at the Geneva Motor Show. The event which runs from the 5-15th March showcases all the latest new cars and concept models from car manufacturers. Japanese manufacturers Honda have announced that they plan to not only unveil the NSX for the first time to the European market they also plan on unveiling the Honda Civic Type R, the new Honda Jazz, the Honda HR-V and the FCV fuel cell concept vehicle.

Built in Britain the Honda Civic Type R is the most extreme performance car ever built by Honda and will feature for the new 2.0 litre VTEC Turbo engine a world’s first for Honda. The new Honda Civic Type R will have a new aggressive function led styling as well as a pioneering new chassis making the Civic Type R one of the most rewarding driving experience ever.

The Honda NSX supercar had its global unveiling at the Detroit Motor Show this month and received wide appraisal worldwide. Now Europe are set to get their first look at this stunning supercar a mere twenty-five years after the original NSX was premiered. The NSX has been created to give customers a new sports experience in the supercar segment. The Honda NSX is a hybrid car that will be powered by a turbocharged 75-degree DOHC V6 engine with a 9-speed dual clutch transmission.

The Honda Civic Type R

New HR-V and Jazz

Not content with showcasing two of their best performance models Honda are also planning on revealing the all new production models of the Honda Jazz and Honda HR-V. The third generation Honda Jazz will feature a new sophisticated look and upgraded interior as well as a new 1.3 litre petrol engine. The Honda HR-V which recently won the What Car Reader Award for ‘Most Anticipated New Car’ will get also get its debut in Geneva. The stylish new SUV has the look of a coupe with the versatility and space of a SUV. The Honda HR-V was first pioneered back in 1998, the 2015 model has been updated to give it excellent styling, class-leading fuel economy and unmatched interior room.

Honda will also be demonstrating their new fuel-cell car the FCV Concept at the Geneva Motor Show. The Honda FCV will show customers a new evolution in styling for zero emissions vehicles. Honda want to show how this concept car can change the way we fuel-cell vehicles, the FCV will have excellent interior space, real world performance and is hoped it will have a driving range of around 300 miles with a refuelling time of three-to five minutes.

The Honda FCV Concept