2017 Honda Civic Type R Unveiled @ 2017 Geneva Auto Show

2017 Honda Civic Type R is finally here with a turbocharged engine, manual transmission and everything else that could make it much more agile than ever. It comes with three visible, chrome lined exhaust pipes at the rear center while uses huge rear wing for strict performance. The car has been kept more like the concept version. All of the lights, whether it be front or rear, are LEDs on the 2017 Civic Type R. The lightweight performer uses 20 inch wheels with 245/30 spec ContiSportContact tyres.

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2017 Honda Civic Type R Unveiled @ 2017 Geneva Auto Show

The car is offered with 2.0 liter, 4-cylinder petrol engine that comes mated to a six-speed manual transmission. The engine is good for 306 PS and 400 Nm of torque, making it the most powerful car in its class. Honda even claims that the car is good for 320 PS of maximum power in the European way of testing. Honda Civic Type R comes with a limited slip differential for its front wheel drive format. The front suspension on use is dual axis unit while the rear on offer is the multi-link setup with adaptive dampers.

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The major rival for the car is Ford Focus RS and it would be built in Swindon, England. Honda offers features like Comfort, Sport and +R driving mode, stability control and traction control on the 2017 Civic Type R. It would be built in just a single variant and seven inch touchscreen, navigation, premium sound system and connectivity through Apple Carplay and Android Auto. The interior is even finished in the perfect race spec manner. In the US, the car is expected to get a price tag of around $30,000 (INR 20 lakh approx).

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2017 Honda Civic Type R Unveiled @ 2017 Geneva Auto Show
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