The new Civic Type R sends 306 hp to its front wheels. You'd think it'd be a torque-steering mess, but thanks to clever engineering, it's not.
Yes, you can get it with a stick. But you can't get a coupe.
These new wheels are part of Honda's Japanese-market accessories for the Type R.
Honda tried to make a case for an automatic gearbox in the Type R, but weight ruled it out.
Here's what the small middle exhaust pipe on the Civic Type R actually does.
It's bigger than any previous Type R, with a 306-hp turbocharged engine. Is that sacrilege, or precisely what Soichiro would want?
With a 7:43.80 lap time, the 306-horsepower turbocharged Type R snatches front-drive victory from the hottest VW GTI.
The hot hatch we've always wanted is finally here.
Then it's time to start building the new one.
Three of today's hottest new sporting cars go head to head on a slippery british circuit.
It's here. It's finally here.
They're both high-performance versions of the 10th-generation Civic. But that's where the similarities end.
Y'know, this looks a lot like a production-ready car.
We need answers.
Best Motoring's S2000 vs. Civic Type R race is the most VTEC we've heard since The Fast and the Furious debuted.
We can't buy these cars in the U.S., which makes watching them duke it out even better.
It'll still be front-wheel drive, with a six-speed manual transmission.
This video caught what looks like the Honda Civic Type R out at the Nurburgring.
Turbocharged or not turbocharged? That's the question.