Honda teases fresher Civic Type R at Tokyo Auto Salon 2020

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- Honda kicks off 2020 with first image of new Civic Type R 

- Japanese automaker adds new ‘Indy Yellow Pearl II’ colour to NSX range

Honda kicks off the new year with a first look at the updated 2020 Civic Type R high performance hatchback. Unveiled Friday January 10 at the Tokyo Auto Salon, customers and enthusiasts have been given a glimpse of the new model’s revised exterior.

Iconic paintwork option now available for NSX in 2020

Honda's three-motor hybrid NSX supercar, also gets an update for 2020. The car will be available in a new ‘Indy Yellow Pearl II’ paint finish.

This colour heritage was previously used on the original iconic NSX and S2000 models in Europe.

Created to bring a ‘New Sports eXperience’ to the supercar segment, the NSX is the ultimate representation of Honda performance.

HONDA TEASES UPDATED CIVIC TYPE R AT 2020 TOKYO AU

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Respecting the core characteristics and differentiators of the original NSX, the current generation NSX pursues an altogether new and revolutionary idea for Honda supercar performance.

The twenty-first century ‘human-centred supercar’ marries timeless sports car values with next-generation advanced sports hybrid power technologies, according to Honda.

HONDA TEASES UPDATED CIVIC TYPE R AT 2020 TOKYO AU

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