The brand new Honda Civic Type R has been recently unveiled by the Japanese based automaker and we now get the chance to see it with no camouflage on its body.
Honda has finally pulled the wraps off the new generation of the Civic Type R. The model pictured below is being shown in near production ready form, with no camouflage on its body and we can already see that the high performance variant is sharing the bodywork with the standard Civic hatchback, aimed towards the European market. The new Honda Civic Type R has the looks of a racing car, with four large exhaust pipes, a big rear wing and some other tweaks.
Along with the images posted below, the Japanese based automaker has also revealed a brand new engine, which is called the 2.0 VTEC TURBO. The unit in question was apparently developed under the Earth Dreams technology initiative and it has a new turbo system, unlike the previous Civic Type R generation, which was naturally aspirated. The total output produced by this engine will stand at 280 HP. Sadly we have no more details on the 2014 Honda Civic Type R but these will probably be released over the following months, when the final production version of the car is believed to be unveiled.