2016 Honda Civic Type R Interior – The next-generation Honda Civic Type R has finally come, and we have another preview of a hot hatch here at the Paris Motor Show. Of course, this one probably will not be heading to the United States (boo!), But that does not mean we can not get excited. After all, we are big fans of small turbo hatch, and from what we know now, this one definitely sounds sweet.
Under the blue and red paint new decals is a 2.0-liter turbocharged inline-four, reportedly good for 276 horsepower. Honda said there is a “pivot steer” system with adaptive dampers, and by pressing the R, suspension, steering and torque mapping all modified to make this Type R even more Type R-ier than ever. In fact, Honda says Civic Type R will go beyond any that came before it – which means that each Integra, Accord, Civic, and even the NSX. Hot diggity.
We have a fresh batch of images from the Type R Interior, and the Honda press release is available below. Hopefully it will not be long before a production car is finally revealed. You can look the 2016 Honda Civic R Type photos below:
2016 Honda Civic Type R Interior Photos
2016 Honda Civic Type R Interior – Another example of Honda’s innovative approach is the car ‘steer axis’. In order to provide the power of a turbocharged 2.0-liter i-VTEC engine, the front suspension system of the new Civic Type R include an additional mechanical system involves two supporters ‘kingpin’. They minimize torque steer and allows the driver to fully exploit the exceptional driveability of the car.
In addition, four points Adaptive Damper System has been developed specifically for the Civic Type R. It automatically adjusts the front and rear suspension damper stiffness strength in seconds, based on driving conditions. This allows the new Civic Type R to provide a comfortable ride for cruising, but be firm and agile when handling high performance is required.
The new Civic Type R will follow the footsteps of its predecessor with a six-speed manual transmission. The development team chose this option to maximize the enjoyment of driving.
Hasshi explained: “The manual transmission allows the driver to select the gear they want, for example, dropped from fifth to third position when approaching a corner of the new Civic Type R Concept is to be complete so that the driver of this car is the best. Option.”
The all-new Civic Type R has been developed and engineered for European driving tastes. Which will be built at Honda’s state-of-the-art factory in Swindon, England, it will arrive in dealerships during 2015. thanks for looking 2016 Honda Civic Type R Interior