Eleventh-generation Honda Civic is the most technologically mature of all models. We illustrated this well when we attended its international presentation last June.However, although we have previously One of the most interesting contracts out there, there is a version that sparks passion. We’re referring to the Type R, not just because of the power, but because it offers really bad driving dynamics…

same, The debut of the new iteration of the Honda Civic Type R does nothing but kick up the dust. Yes, because the brand has decided to keep some of its technical data. Most importantly: the performance of your engine and its benefits.But today’s internet-dominated world is a powder keg of leaks and customers ordering in Japan Posted his catalog photos. Then we know its powernow it seems to be confirmed…

The power of the new Honda Civic Type R is confirmed, at least in Japan, at 243 kW (330.48 hp) and 420 Nm of torque…

Honda Civic Type R Specification 1

Honda Civic Type R FK8 (10th Generation) Specifications

The photos in this catalog help us understand Technological evolution of the new Civic Type R. But as a result of prudence, we decided to treat this number with caution until the brand announced itself. Now, however, a series of photos appears to correspond to the most powerful Honda tech sheet in history. As you can see, the data seems to be confirmed: 243 kW (330.48 CV) y 420 Nm de par Reach between 2,600 and 4,000 rpm.

In addition to comparing the information with the tenth-generation Type R, we also have a technical sheet for this delivery. The difference between the tenth and eleventh place is negligibleExcellent They are separated by 8 kW Or the same, 10.88 hp. But this is not the only data confirmed, as its dimensions or weight are also visible in the technical sheet. So the new Civic Type R The length reaches 4.59 meters and his final weight keep the scale at 1.430 kg.

Honda Civic Type R Powertrain

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If we compare this figure with the 10th generation Civic Type R, we see that it has grown by 3.5cm. For its part, Tare weight increased by 40 kg. However, if we do the math and look for the power-to-weight ratio, we see that the loss is not the case.In the tenth part, the engine has 4.34 kg per CV, and in the new part, this figure is 4.32 kg/hp. So while it has grown in size and weight, its performance should be the same or better…

This is The last unknown, yet to be seen light Because the technical sheet does not give this number. Top speed isn’t either, so we’ll have to wait for Honda to step in and announce and confirm these and other figures that are still locked and keyed. At that time we will know which market the leaked version corresponds to and whether it will arrive in Europe …

Source – Civic XI