The brand has been working on the concept for some time now, and this month it revealed its first concept car for the brand, a hybrid concept called the H2.
The concept is based on the popular sporty hybrid Civic Type R, and Honda is calling it the “Hybrid Civic.”
The H2 has two motors in its chassis: a 6.0-liter twin-turbo V-6, and a 2.0 liter twin-cam engine with 677 hp and 653 lb-ft of torque.
It also features electric drive, a new power-assisted steering wheel, and rear-facing LED headlights.
The H3 concept is a more powerful hybrid concept, with a twin-cylinder, 8.1-liter V-8 that powers a 4WD system.
It’s powered by an electric motor and is paired with a rear-wheel-drive system.
Honda says the hybrid is capable of 60 km/h (37 mph) in the city and 55 km/hr (31 mph) on the highway, which is a record for a hybrid sports car.
The brand also has two more concepts under development: the Civic Type D and Civic Type E. The first concept, the Civic E, is a small SUV that looks like a cross between a small crossover SUV and a small compact car.
It is said to have a range of between 50 to 100 km (31 to 42 miles) and is powered by a 6-cylindered, turbocharged engine.
It will go on sale in 2019, and the next-generation Civic E is expected to be unveiled in 2021.
The second concept, which was first unveiled in 2013, is based around a compact SUV.
The H3 is a crossover SUV that can be driven as a two-door sedan, a three-door hatchback, or as a five-door SUV.
It has a range that ranges from 60 to 100 kilometers (31 and 42 miles), and it is powered via a 5-cylondered, inline-four engine.
The first concept also features an electric drive system, which can be paired with two or four-wheel drive.
The next-gen Civic E will be revealed in 2021, and will be powered by Honda’s new two-liter four-cylinding four-pot V-10 engine.
The design of the new hybrid will be unveiled at the Tokyo Motor Show later this year.
The Honda Civic Type G, also known as the Civic G, will be launched later this month.
The new concept is powered entirely by an all-new four-prop engine that will feature a six-speed manual transmission.
It’ll be paired to a rear wheel drive system.