TOKYO, Sept 22 (Reuters) - Honda Motor Co. on Thursday unveiled the latest version of its flagship Civic car with improved gasoline and hybrid engine systems for the domestic market. Japan's third-biggest auto maker, and the world's largest motorcycle manufacturer, said it targets annual global sales of more than 600,000 units of the remodelled Civic brand, including 40,000 units of the gasoline-electric vehicles. It did not change its 2005 worldwide sales target of 3.42 million cars. ...
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