When will our favorite car company get its new sedan?

That’s the question at the center of a new investigation that could see Honda’s latest flagship car finally shown off for the first time.

That would be the Honda Civic Type R, a new all-electric, sporty sedan launched last week that would be powered by a new 1.8-liter four-cylinder engine and a 1.6-liter turbocharged inline-four.

That engine and turbo would power the Type R’s interior, which would be more reminiscent of a compact sports car than a sports sedan.

But that would only be true if the Type is actually going to be unveiled, and it won’t be anytime soon.

The Type R will likely be unveiled this week, but not at the unveiling of the new Civic sedan.

This will be the first public unveiling of a brand-new car for Honda.

And the unveiling itself is scheduled to take place at a special event in California on June 30.

But even if Honda’s press conference is delayed to a later date, the first-ever press event for a new Honda sedan will happen at the same time that Honda unveils the new Type R. The company has scheduled the unveiling event for June 20.

The news has been reported to be coming out earlier than the expected date, which will allow a press briefing to take the place of the press event.

In the event of a delay in the unveiling, Honda’s announcement of the Type-R is expected to take shape during a special briefing on June 19, which could occur between 6 a.m. and 9 a.c.

There’s no indication that the press briefing will take place on June 20, which means it’s highly likely that Honda will unveil the Type RS at a press conference in the morning or evening of June 20th.

That means the unveiling is unlikely to happen in time to see Honda unveil its next generation of compact SUVs.

If you want to read more about Honda’s plans to take on electric car competitors, you can check out our comprehensive preview article.

The unveiling of an all-new sporty sports car is a rare occurrence for a brand like Honda, and one that can be seen as a great opportunity to finally make its brand-leading electric sedan a reality.

The Japanese automaker has been making a steady push towards its ambitious goals of becoming a global leader in sustainable mobility and its most recent vehicle, the Type X, is the first in a line of plug-in hybrid SUVs that debuted at the Tokyo Motor Show in April.

The Honda Type R would be a significant step in Honda’s long-term ambitions.

But while the Type S is already the most expensive electric car on the market, it’s still far less expensive than the Type Y, the most affordable electric car in the market right now.

The 2017 Honda Civic will be available in two trim levels, the Sport and the Everyday, both of which will cost $28,990, $30,380, and $31,080 respectively.