Introducing the newest generation of Type R, the Honda Civic Type R was expertly crafted into an impressive muscular build with record-breaking numbers on the race track. The Honda Civic Type R is the first Honda-crafted Type R in the United States.
The Civic Type R dominated with 7 minutes and 43.80 seconds at Germany's Nürburgring circuit. These record breaking numbers make the Civic Type R became the world's fastest production car.
The Civic Type R can thank the redesign for winning-features such as the wider track and a longer wheel base. The 2.0-liter VTEC Turbo 4-Cylinder engine and six-speed manual transmission also contribute to the Civic Type R's breathing power.
Its peak output performance was at 306 hp power and an impressive 400 NM of max torque. The turbo charged vehicle makes the Civic Type R an exception to the rule.
The Type R's wider features that enabled victory in Germany's race. With an upgraded multi-link suspension built into the back, the Civic Type R has a flawless aerodynamic frame.
The body has a volatile aluminum hood to hold a genuine center of gravity. Three drive modes are range from comfort. Sport, to +R mode (race track mode). The multi-link rear suspension improves durability for the Civic Type R while braking and reduces the cumulative roll movement as well.
All of the above mentioned make the Civic Type R the overachiever when it comes to racing vehicles.
Dual axis amps up front enhance cornering abilities for the optimal racing performance. These minuscule but meaningful upgrades allow the Civic Type R to maintain cornering speeds consistently. Conclusively, innovations beneath the hood and within the lightweight body frame allow the new Civic Type R to dominate in the realm of racing. The Honda Civic Type R is currently best new Honda Civic pick for New York drivers looking for record-breaking speed.