Honda revealed the all-new Honda Civic Type R before the European launch of the model in the summer of 2017. The new car builds on Honda’s legacy in the development of high performance hatchback and Represents the ultimate expression of the dynamics of the purity segment. The new Civic hatchback has been designed to provide the most rewarding drive in the splash segment both on the road and on the track.
2018 Honda Civic Design
The Type R is based on the four-door version of the 10th generation Civic, but differs from the more plebeian models with a full body kit. At the front, the look is defined by a black grid, a carbon fiber divider attached to the lower part of the bumper, wide air vents and a low drag air duct that is cut in the Hood.
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The flared wings also accommodate a wider track, and attentive observers will notice that the R type is less than a Civic stockpile. Back, it receives a large boy rider’s wing, a model-specific bumper and three round exhaust tips that are integrated into an air diffuser. Twenty-five-inch alloy wheels wound with Continental tires and red Honda emblems at both ends add a finishing touch.
2018 Honda Civic Engine
It is even a small number compared to its rivals. The 2018 Honda Civic is constantly in the same class of Volkswagen Golf GTI and Ford Focus ST, two cars that also feature small turbo-powered displacement engines. The GTI produces 248 lb. Ft. From 2.0 L while the ST makes an even larger 270 lb. Ft., Which is a kind of shame of Civic, is not it? After all, the couple is supposed to be an advantage of the turbo. This is an 18 pound increase in the previous generation of Si, but we are still scratching our heads.
2018 Honda Civic Release Date
Honda also confirmed that the car will go on sale in the second half of 2017 in Europe, although there is no word on when US backlogs will open