For the Honda Civic’s tenth-generation, it available as a Si warm coupe and sedan, and bonkers Type-R hatch. See how different they are in this comparison.
Coming summer 2017, the 10th generation Honda Civic Type R will go on sale around the world, and isn’t afraid to be angry, rice boy hot hatch.
The UK-built 2017 Honda Civic Type R has a 2-liter turbo with 235kW (316hp) and 400Nm (295 lb-ft), and rev matching 6-speed manual.
The 2013 Honda Civic Type R Prototype allowed public testing of the 2015 hatch, and has a 2-liter turbo I4 with 228kW (306hp) and 400Nm (300 lb-ft).
The facelifted JDM DC2 Honda Integra Type R had more conventional rectangular headlights, a 147kW (197kW) 1.8-liter B18C VTEC engine, and 5-speed manual.
Screw subtlety, the Honda Civic Type R Prototype turns it up to 12 and previews the 2018 hot hatch, which is finally coming to the US in 2017.
The Honda Civic Type R Prototype is loud and proud, and has a 2-liter turbocharged 4-cylinder engine driving the front wheels. Will be sold in the US too.
The DC5 Honda Integra had a new body, more luxurious interior, and a Type R with a 2-liter VTEC I4 with 162kW (217hp), it didn’t have the spirit of the DC2.
The hot, turbocharged FB Honda Civic Type R will go on sale later this year in Japan in limited numbers, with buyers determined by lottery.
The UK built FB Honda Civic Type R will go on sale in Japan in limited numbers later this year. The Type R has a new 2-liter turbo engine with 310PS/400Nm.