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New Honda Civic revealed

Take a look at the new Honda Civic, which will run in next year's MSA British Touring Car Championship.
If we never venture into the unknown, how do we get anywhere new?

That's the lesson the Honda engineers learned when developing the new Civic.

After all, treading along a common path will never lead to something new or innovative.

That's why when pursuing a new, improved, Civic the Honda engineers had to embark on a journey into 'the unknown'.

This exciting film showcases the unveiling of the new Honda Civic at the 2011 Frankfurt International Motor Show, the same car that Honda Racing's Matt Neal and Gordon Shedden and Pirtek Racing's Andy Jordan and Jeff Smith will use next season in the BTCC...





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First glimpse of the new Honda Civic
The new Honda Civic [Pic credit: Honda]
Matt Neal and Gordon Shedden at the official unveiling of the new-for-2012 Honda Civic at the 2011 Frankfurt Motor Show

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Fagin - Unregistered

October 29, 2011 6:11 PM

Did They invite Plato & Wheres the Does my turbo look big in this sticker.



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