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Honda Civic Type R teased with centre-mounted triple exhaust tips

– Developed on the Nurburgring . track

– Bigger brakes and stiffer tires confirmed

Ever since the 11th generation Civic broke its lid a few months ago, we’ve been eagerly awaiting the facelifted Type R. If the previous Civic Type R is anything phệ go by (it set the record ‘Ring for FWD vehicles, remember?), the new one is expected phệ be a hit. And Honda seems more excited about that than we are. The Japanese automaker has released images of the camouflage prototype ahead of the Nurburgring test days.

Among the obvious changes seen so far on the prototype are larger Brembo brakes with red brake calipers. In addition, it is hard phệ miss the nicer Michelin Pilot Sport 4 tires. In the back, large wings mean business. Following on from its predecessor, the trio of centrally located exhaust pipes are still here. Notice how the dimensions of the three exhaust tips are interchanged, where the center one is now larger than the other two.

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Furthermore, there are subtle changes phệ the bodywork that are well hidden under the upholstery. For example, the front bumper vents are larger, there are racing-like diffusers on the rear bumper, and there are also tweaks phệ the grille, headlights and taillights. The internal changes are not known but it is not difficult phệ guess them either.

The technical details of the new Honda Civic Type R have not yet been revealed by the Japanese automaker. From the known formula, we can expect a combination of 400+ bhp, manual transmission and AWD for the nóng hatch. There will be smart electronics and additional hardware like e-diffs, a calibrated suspension and engine management phệ keep everything under control.

Details of the nóng Japanese model will be revealed soon in the recap of the big reveal, which could have a new lap record phệ brag about. Keep stable.

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Honda Civic Type R teased with centre-mounted triple exhaust tips

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–        Developed on the Nurburgring-         Larger brakes and stickier tyres confirmedEver since the 11th-gen Civic broke cover a few months back, we have been eagerly waiting for the souped-up Type R version. If the previous Civic Type R is anything phệ go by (it set a ‘Ring record for FWD cars, remember?), the new one is expected phệ be a hoot. And Honda seems phệ be more excited about it than us. The Japanese carmaker has dropped an image of the camouflaged prototype ahead of its Nurburgring testing days. Of the obvious changes seen so far on the prototype are those larger Brembo brakes with red callipers. Also, the grippier Michelin Pilot Sport 4 tyres are hard phệ miss. At the back, the large wing means business. Carried over from the predecessor, the centre-mounted triple exhausts are here phệ stay. Notice how the size of the three exhaust tips are interchanged where the centre one is now bigger than the other two. Moreover, there are subtle changes phệ bodywork as well which is well concealed under the wrap. For instance, the front bumper vents are larger, there are racecar-like diffuser blades on the rear bumpers, and there are tweaks phệ the grille, headlamps and tail lamps as well. Changes on the inside aren’t known but it’s not hard phệ guess those either. Technical details of the new Honda Civic Type R are yet phệ be divulged by the Japanese carmaker. From the known recipe, we could expect a combination of 400+bhp, manual transmission, and AWD for the nóng hatch. There will be clever electronics and additional hardware like e-diffs, calibrated suspension, and engine management phệ keep everything in check. More details of the Japanese nóng hatch will be revealed soon in a rundown phệ the grand reveal which might have a new ‘Ring lap record phệ brag about. Stay tuned.Honda Civic
#Honda #Civic #Type #teased #centremounted #triple #exhaust #tips
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#Honda #Civic #Type #teased #centremounted #triple #exhaust #tips
–        Developed on the Nurburgring-         Larger brakes and stickier tyres confirmedEver since the 11th-gen Civic broke cover a few months back, we have been eagerly waiting for the souped-up Type R version. If the previous Civic Type R is anything phệ go by (it set a ‘Ring record for FWD cars, remember?), the new one is expected phệ be a hoot. And Honda seems phệ be more excited about it than us. The Japanese carmaker has dropped an image of the camouflaged prototype ahead of its Nurburgring testing days. Of the obvious changes seen so far on the prototype are those larger Brembo brakes with red callipers. Also, the grippier Michelin Pilot Sport 4 tyres are hard phệ miss. At the back, the large wing means business. Carried over from the predecessor, the centre-mounted triple exhausts are here phệ stay. Notice how the size of the three exhaust tips are interchanged where the centre one is now bigger than the other two. Moreover, there are subtle changes phệ bodywork as well which is well concealed under the wrap. For instance, the front bumper vents are larger, there are racecar-like diffuser blades on the rear bumpers, and there are tweaks phệ the grille, headlamps and tail lamps as well. Changes on the inside aren’t known but it’s not hard phệ guess those either. Technical details of the new Honda Civic Type R are yet phệ be divulged by the Japanese carmaker. From the known recipe, we could expect a combination of 400+bhp, manual transmission, and AWD for the nóng hatch. There will be clever electronics and additional hardware like e-diffs, calibrated suspension, and engine management phệ keep everything in check. More details of the Japanese nóng hatch will be revealed soon in a rundown phệ the grand reveal which might have a new ‘Ring lap record phệ brag about. Stay tuned.Honda Civic

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