V-tec killer

honda civic v-tec killer



The Honda Civic Type R is definitely one of the most anticipated cars for 2015 as it is not only the fastest production FWD car to lap the Nurburgring, it is also the first Type R to be fitted with a turbocharged engine. While some might question the sharp and in-your-face looks of this new model, RevoZport figured that this new hot hatch can still do with a couple of improvements on its outlooks.
RevoZport had recently released a preview of two different bodykits offered for the new Civic Type R. The first one involves the removal of the huge rear wing in favour of a more subtle rear end similar to the Civic hatchback. From the sketches, they will also be installing new exhaust tips and a new diffuser as well.
Adding a set of canards in the front, RevoZport will also be adding a ‘991 GT3’-like air intake on the hood. Using carbon fiber for parts like the front splitter and side skirts, the car’s original rear wing can still be retained if the customer has no issues with it.
As for the time being, the changes made by RevoZport are pretty minimal, but we bet that they will be coming up with something more appealing in the next few months.

2017 Honda Civic hatchback makes Euro debut - 3 Turbo Engines! vtec is kicking in yo

Honda Civic - 3 Turbo Engines! vtec is kicking in yo

The 2016 Paris Auto Show is set to start on Sept 29, but Honda couldn't wait to unveil it. They've released the latest 2017 Civic hatchback, which will also be displayed at the said motor show. The UK-built Civic will be marketed to 70 countries across the globe, and has made American debut last month.

New Civic Type R prototype breaks cover in paris 2017

New Honda Civic Type R

You wait ages and ages for a new Honda Civic Type R, and well, two arrive almost back-to-back. Yes, scarcely a year after we first drove the current banzai Civic, Honda has just unveiled a concept version of the next-gen car, due to go on sale worldwide in 2017. And once again, it wants a Nürburgring lap record.
Officially called the Type R Prototype, the car you’re gawping at is strictly a concept for now (though doesn’t it look production ready?) so there’s nothing in the way of technical data. But we do know it will stay front-wheel drive, both to stick with Type R tradition, and to allow Honda to get its FWD Nordschleife honours back from VW, who nicked them with the Golf GTI Clubsport S.
And this Civic really is ‘worldwide’. No Civic Type R has ever been officially sold in the USA – it’s been a case of import your own at great expense with much tedious paperwork. But because the new Civic hatchback is a global car, aimed at Japan, Europe and indeed the USA, the angry-looking Type R will also land Stateside. It will still be built in Swindon, though.
Having recently gone to the trouble of building a 306bhp 2.0-litre turbo VTEC powerplant, the new Type R will use that engine. Though we suspect it will be a little uprated to keep pace with the likes of the 345bhp Ford Focus RS, and to give it an edge over the Golf (and perhaps other rivals) for that lap time.
Beneath the skin, it’s based on the all-new Mk10 Civic platform, and the Type R is set to borrow the same variable steering system and refreshed rear suspension setup. Honda has designed the standard Civic to be more fun than ever to drive, and engineers say it’s been a great springboard for making a bona fide performance version. We’re promised a sharper chassis than ever.

Honda S2000 Shigeru Uehara

The Honda S2000 was a roadster manufactured by Japanese automaker Honda between 1999 and 2009. First shown as a concept car at the Tokyo Motor Show in 1995, the production version was launched in April 1999 to celebrate the company's 50th anniversary. The S2000 is named for its engine displacement of 2 liters, carrying on in the tradition of the S500, S600, and S800 roadsters of the 1960s.
Several revisions were made throughout the car's lifetime, including changes to the engine, gearbox, suspension, and interior and exterior. Officially two variants exist: the initial launch model was given the chassis code AP1, while the AP2 designation was given to vehicles produced from mid-2003 onwards. Though cosmetically similar, the AP2 incorporated significant changes to the drivetrain and suspension. Production of the S2000 ceased in June 2009. In Japan, it was exclusively sold through the Honda Verno sales channel.
Shigeru Uehara
 Manufacturer         Honda Motor Company
Production        1999–2009
Class        Sports Car
Body style        2-door roadster
Layout                FMR layout
Designer(s)        Shigeru Uehara

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