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The new face of the 2017 Honda Civic Type R will contain plenty new specs configuration as well as the new interesting price. With the estimation price – this vehicle will have its new figures around $30,000, and it can go up and depends on the specs that we will choose. As we probably can see that the car has its designated official release date in 2017 but the exact date and place has not in the phase of the final decision. However, if we cannot wait longer – we should be able to see this incredible development of the new Honda in some prestigious car event. This new generation is the highest performance car series that should appear in some racing event internationally. The first highest performance series started out in 1997 and since then this car become a huge demand of all global market.
We should have a big heart personality to know that in some specs of the car will be in different details between the U.S model and the Europe model. The differences will be on the crash safety along with the technology features. If we look at this news from a wise thinking, then the experiences that Honda will provide will be enriching throughout the globe. The engine section will have the current innovation of the VTEC Turbo Engine there are two different engine types, and they are the 1.5 liters along with the 2.0 liters. In some teasing photos, this car presents its modern and sporty characteristic that clearly lay on the exterior body frame. The sculptured lines and shape along with the rear wing that function as a solid stabilizer in any highest speed condition results in a reliable vehicle ever.
Despite the fact that the 2017 Honda Civic Type R still under production and testing – some expert make some estimation of the output power that this car has. The estimation power will be around 300 horsepower, and this car will have the 6-speed transmission setting. The steering wheel will give the driver an exceptional experience on driving this car with the innovation for the front-suspension and the responsive dampers.
[Photos Credit: CivicX Forum]