Honda has recently revealed the NSX Concept, the EV-STER concept and the CR-V, during the 2012 Geneva Motor Show.
The Honda NSX Concept was definitely one of the most expected models of the show, and even if the Japanese based automaker has officially revealed it, details on the model remain limited. The Honda NSX Concept will be a revival to the iconic NSX sports car and the model is expected to catch the production line.
Another interesting concept car at Honda’s stand was the EV-STER, which has just made its European debut after being officially presented to the public back in December, at the Tokyo Motor Show. The Honda EV-STER Concept will catch the production line too, and the model is currently being powered by a 10 kWh lithium-ion battery, which allows a maximum range of approximately 160 km, developing 58 kW. Honda says that the EV-STER can accelerate from 0 to 60 km/h in 5.0 seconds before reaching a top speed of 160 km/h.
The Honda CR-V was also presented to the public at the 2012 Geneva Motor Show but even so, the Japanese crossover didn’t bring anything new to the lineup. We will remind you that all CR-V models are being powered by the same 2.4 liter VTEC four-cylinder engine, which is developing a total output of 185 HP and 163 lb-ft of torque. The front-wheel drive 2012 CR-V is returning 23/31 mpg in city/highway while the AWD models are rated at 22/30 mpg in city/highway.