Honda Civic Tourer Wagon Concept Leaks in Advance of Geneva Debut

The Honda Civic Tourer concept bound for Geneva is a thinly veiled look at the upcoming production-bound European-spec Civic wagon variant. That model will likely remain forbidden fruit to American wagon fans, but now we can at least see the concept in full with this set of leaked images.

The pictures, which have been making the rounds on the web, show the concept retains the European Civic’s basic front end shape, but adds LED accent lights and unique bodywork. The photos also reveal the Civic Tourer’s invisible D-pillar and sharply raked rear glasshouse. The taillights appear to feature LEDs, and the rear bumper is finished with a sculpted central dual exhaust.

Reports suggest the Civic wagon will go on sale in Europe by the end of the year, offering the Euro-spec hatchback model’s range of gasoline and diesel engines, but with a focus on the new 1.6-liter turbodiesel I-4. The Civic Tourer concept takes the stage later this week in Geneva, but don’t expect the car to land in the U.S. anytime soon.

Should Honda offer the wagon variant in the U.S.? Tell us in the comments below.

 

phoenix00_1979
@automobilemag bigger question: will American @honda want to sell it here?
brady33
My gut tells me that this car would address some shortcomings of the current Fit and provide Honda buyers with another very practical option to already outstanding car.  Here's the problem though - I cannot mentally put together the US nose on the European wagon body.  Our Civic's snout would not look right on this model.  I wouldn't suggest they wagonize the Civic unless it shows up looking like the one I see in the pictures above.
TheClassicCarFactory
The car will never make production.....HONDA doesn't use automotive stylists, and clearly this car had one.
AutomatchTom
@automobilemag Yes I want this @Honda wagon #duh #wagonlove
Shar Ab
Yes. I like what I see on the outside.

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