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TMR Team | Mar, 06 2013 | 5 Comments

Honda's wagonised new Civic Tourer concept has made its official debut in Geneva, previewing the coming production model.

Revealed in leaked images earlier this week, the Civic Tourer builds on the styling of the existing Civic Hatch, adding an enlarged rear storage space, along with a unique D-pillar design and new tail-lights.

As a 'concept', the Tourer also shows off large alloy wheels and a bevy of LED lighting at both ends.

When the Civic Tourer reaches production later this year, it will debut with Honda's new 1.6 litre diesel engine, and likely a petrol option.

Like the UK-built Civic Hatch, a right-hand-drive version of the wagon is likely, meaning that the only thing keeping it from Australia will be a suitable business case.

Internationally, the Civic Hatch will take on Volkswagen's coming new Golf wagon, along with the wagon versions of Ford's Focus and the Toyota Auris (Corolla in Australia).

Watch for more details on production plans as the Civic Tourer concept makes its Geneva debut this week.

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