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2018 Car and Driver’s “Editor’s Choice” Award. With an “amazing mix of performance and poise,” Car and Driver has named the 2018 Civic Type R an Editor’s Choice award recipient in the compact hatchback category, indicating that it is a vehicle they recommend to friends and family. Car and Driver
Total sport Pulsating power, visceral performance. Building on Honda's heritage of developing high-performance cars, the Type R shares the same fundamentals as the new 10th generation Civic.
It was only a matter of time before Honda debuted special versions of the Civic Type R, but little did we know the first one would be a pickup. Created at Honda's U.K. factory in Swindon, this ...
The Honda Civic Type R is the ultimate example of what a hot hatch should be. It has the ability to transform itself from a comfortable day-to-day hatchback into a hardcore performance car at the ...
The Honda Civic Type R (Japanese: ホンダ・シビックタイプR, Honda Shibikku Taipuāru) is the highest performance version of the Honda Civic made by Honda Motor Company of Japan. It features a lightened and stiffened body, specially tuned engine and upgraded brakes and chassis. Red is used in the badge interior to give it a special sporting distinction and to separate it from other ...
Honda Civic Type R. The all-new Honda Civic Type R has been engineered from the ground up to deliver the most rewarding driving experience in the hot hatch segment - both on road and on the race track.
In March 29 of 2007 Honda announced the release of the FD2 Civic Type R. The Civic Type R, 4 door sedan with Front engine Ff drive, is powered by a specially tuned 2.0 liter K20A i-VTEC engine that makes 225 horsepower.
Every generation has one. Volkswagen Golf GTI. Acura Integra GS-R. Mitsubishi Evo. If you smuggled automotive magazines in from Europe, perhaps it was the Renault 5 Turbo or Ford Escort Cosworth.
The only Honda Accord Type R owners club, catering for Honda fans the world over.
Concept Cars Honda Civic Type R pickup concept may be headed to the Nürburgring. The one-off keeps the Type R's turbo engine and will hit 62 mph in less than 6 seconds.