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Old 20 Jul 2012, 02:16 am
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Default Report: New Honda Civic Type-R approved

Those of you lucky enough to have had the Honda Civic Type R will get another one: Autocar reports that Honda has approved the next-generation of its much-lusted-after hot hatch and will make an announcement at the Paris Motor Show. The return of the Type R was speculated on last year in an Auto Express story, but this news puts Honda's imprimatur on the Type R's arrival. After the purported Paris announcement, the timeline is for a Geneva Motor Show reveal and an on-sale date in about a year fr...
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wrote in message news:-K6dnSSfw_swapXNnZ2dnUVZ7vOdnZ2d@bt.com...

Those of you lucky enough to have had the Honda Civic Type R will get
another one: Autocar reports that Honda has approved the next-generation of
its much-lusted-after hot hatch and will make an announcement at the Paris
Motor Show. The return of the Type R was speculated on last year in an Auto
Express story, but this news puts Honda's imprimatur on the Type R's
arrival. After the purported Paris announcement, the timeline is for a
Geneva Motor Show reveal and an on-sale date in about a year fr...
Read More: http://feeds.autoblog.com/~r/weblogs...3/82mpeFKNsbQ/

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Doubt you will see this model in the US. Takes turbocharging to make 210 hp.

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Old 23 Jul 2012, 10:02 pm
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Default Re: Report: New Honda Civic Type-R approved

On 07/21/2012 07:12 AM, tww1491 wrote:
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> wrote in message news:-K6dnSSfw_swapXNnZ2dnUVZ7vOdnZ2d@bt.com...
>
> Those of you lucky enough to have had the Honda Civic Type R will get
> another one: Autocar reports that Honda has approved the next-generation
> of its much-lusted-after hot hatch and will make an announcement at the
> Paris Motor Show. The return of the Type R was speculated on last year
> in an Auto Express story, but this news puts Honda's imprimatur on the
> Type R's arrival. After the purported Paris announcement, the timeline
> is for a Geneva Motor Show reveal and an on-sale date in about a year fr...
> Read More: http://feeds.autoblog.com/~r/weblogs...3/82mpeFKNsbQ/
>
> -----------------------------------
> Honda NewsHub: Latest auto news sourced from websites, portals and blogs
> http://www.carshops247.co.uk/news/Honda.html
>
> Doubt you will see this model in the US. Takes turbocharging to make 210
> hp.


honda have routinely made normally aspirated motors that have yielded
more then 100hp/liter.

but to get 300hp out of something that's otherwise fairly ordinary, then
yes, it does need turbocharging. and honda have let toyota, subaru,
mitsubishi and now the koreans eat their lunch in this department.


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Old 24 Jul 2012, 08:51 pm
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"jim beam" wrote in message news:jukvo3$9ug$2@dont-email.me...

On 07/21/2012 07:12 AM, tww1491 wrote:
>
>
> wrote in message news:-K6dnSSfw_swapXNnZ2dnUVZ7vOdnZ2d@bt.com...
>
> Those of you lucky enough to have had the Honda Civic Type R will get
> another one: Autocar reports that Honda has approved the next-generation
> of its much-lusted-after hot hatch and will make an announcement at the
> Paris Motor Show. The return of the Type R was speculated on last year
> in an Auto Express story, but this news puts Honda's imprimatur on the
> Type R's arrival. After the purported Paris announcement, the timeline
> is for a Geneva Motor Show reveal and an on-sale date in about a year
> fr...
> Read More:
> http://feeds.autoblog.com/~r/weblogs...3/82mpeFKNsbQ/
>
> -----------------------------------
> Honda NewsHub: Latest auto news sourced from websites, portals and blogs
> http://www.carshops247.co.uk/news/Honda.html
>
> Doubt you will see this model in the US. Takes turbocharging to make 210
> hp.


honda have routinely made normally aspirated motors that have yielded
more then 100hp/liter.

As the owner of a S2000, it seemed to me that Honda took a step backwards
here. A small gain indeed.

but to get 300hp out of something that's otherwise fairly ordinary, then
yes, it does need turbocharging. and honda have let toyota, subaru,
mitsubishi and now the koreans eat their lunch in this department.


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