Here’s Another Look At the Next Honda Civic Type R


Here’s Another Look At the Next Honda Civic Type R

Back in October, Honda shared a camouflaged first look at the next generation of Civic Type R set to be revealed next year. Today, the company shared a few more photos of the same prototype testing at Suzuka as part of the development process.

Just as in October, the prototype photos show a more aggressive take on the current Civic that doubles down on flared fenders, a widened stance, and sizable aerodynamic features. In the back, the car once again boasts the triple exhausts and massive rear wing that have become staples of the Type R line. The wing is now much more conservative than the blocky piece on the last-generation car, with a traditional mount rather than integrated endplates making it a far less dominant design feature.

A previous announcement indicated that the new Civic Type R, like the new Civic Siwill be manual-only. The last car produced an impressive 306 hp, enough to set a since-eclipsed Nürburgring record for FWD cars back in 2017. A Renault Mégane R.S. Trophy-R beat that car’s time by a few seconds two years later, so the new Civic will need to make up around four seconds on its predecessor to retake the FWD production record.

For the full story, check out this article from Road & Track.

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