Honda has announced that it will be giving three cars its first public appearance at the upcoming Geneva motor show. The sketch above depicts the swoopy Civic wagon concept, which is said to strongly preview the production version that will be added to the C-segment line-up in Europe within the next year or so.

We can see twin central tailpipes, muscular rear wheelarch haunches, a tapered roofline incorporating a spoiler (which appears to create a ‘floating roof’ effect), hidden rear door handles and LED tail lamps that run across the length of the tailgate. Quite a looker, isn’t she?

The wagon will be built in Swindon, UK, and is likely to share the same range of engines with the European Civic hatchback.

The fourth-gen CR-V, this time with the new Earth Dreams 1.6 litre i-DTEC diesel engine, is also set to surface at the show. It will be available on the Continent beginning this autumn and will come with FWD and a six-speed manual gearbox. This one’s also built in Swindon, along with its new engine.

Finally, the updated NSX concept, which made an appearance at last month’s Detroit show badged as an Acura, is set to make its European debut with a Honda badge. The car points at a possible route the next-generation NSX’s interior could take.