Honda introduces the all new 2013 Civic Type R
|   Tuesday, September 25, 2012
Honda Motors has just announced an all new Civic Type R model that is expected to go on sales post 2015 and if history repeats itself, this Type R could be well accepted in the market and eventually turn out to be a bigger commercial success that the original model. There is a high chance of that occurring as Honda Type R vehicles are in a league of their own.

Honda has been developing Type R vehicles for close to two decades now and their experience is definitely trust worthy.
The Civic Type R like all its other siblings sport the red Type R badge on its back and this makes the vehicle look even better than the original.

It can be correctly said that the Civic is a car which truly deserved a Type R badge. Honda had also helped the Ayrton Senna sport the Type R badge in the 1990s when the company was on its way developing the NSX.
The NSX was the first real vehicle to sport an entire chassis, body and frame of aluminum and the vehicle was a complete hit on and off track. The NSX has been remodeled quite a few times and the NSX R was the most successful of the lot.

Even though very few NSX models were manufactured, the vehicle still holds a special place in the hearts of all the people who owned the car. The last generation of the NSX was launched back in 2002 and this was the most successful model of the lot.

The NSX sported a 3.2 liter powerful V6 engine and was totally hand assembled. It was a true beauty and the collector's pride. The NSX R GT was another beast which was built to generate hype around the vehicle when it was set to be phased out of the market.

The NSX R GT was a dominating vehicle on all Japanese race tracks and soon the vehicle became the talking point of people all over the world, once again. In 1995, Honda introduced the Type R badge on the Integra, a less popular Honda model at the time.

The Integra Type R soon won hearts all over the racing circuit with its trustworthy performance, high speed and high safety standards. Although this vehicle was never used for professional racing, its record on the track was more than satisfying.

The Integra received a new 1.8 liter engine and the fine tuning helped the performance increase of the vehicle within an affordable budget. The Integra R managed to control the Ford car sales more than the basic model could ever dream of doing.

The base model of the Honda Civic was introduced in the market back in 1996 and this is high time that the vehicle gets a Type R badge attached to it. Honda has high expectations from this Type R vehicle and this is a genuine claim.

The Civic has enough power to be one of the best selling models from Honda and it is set to do just that post launch.
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