The Type-R series debuted in 1992 with the NSX Type-R. This innovative sports car featured groundbreaking all-aluminum body construction and boundary-pushing drivetrain technology, making it a genuine racetrack-ready supercar. After the NSX, Honda infused a variety of models with the Type-R spirit, producing high-performance versions of the Integra, Accord, and Civic. The latest Type-R, a powerful two-door version of the Honda Civic, was released in 2007, so the announcement of a 2015 Civic Type-R is big news.
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According to Honda CEO Takanobu Ito, the goal of this latest Type-R project is to build a car that can set a new record for front-wheel drive production cars on the Nürburgring. The current record is held by the a race-spec version of the Renault Megane, which took the circuit in just eight minutes and 7.97 seconds.
Honda is expected to reveal more information about the all-new 2015 Civic Type-R at the Frankfurt Motor Show, which will take place from September 10 to September 22 in Frankfurt am Main, Germany – though the car itself will most likely be unveiled at an auto show sometime in 2014. Drivers interested in purchasing the new Civic Type-R can contact their local Honda dealership (http://www.bosakhondamc.com/