Honda teases new Civic Type R racing around Suzuka Circuit in video

Honda continues to show off the new Type R, this time at the Suzuka Circuit in a teaser video. We're almost there, as the automaker continues to roll out the all-new 11th-generation Honda Civic. We've experimented with mid-range sedans, hatchbacks and C's, but the more popular Type R is still out of our league, at least for now. Honda has continued the drip-drip-drip teaser leading up to the full reveal. Now, here is a short video (shown below) of the car testing at the Suzuka Circuit in Japan.  There are no technical details yet, but at least you can watch it on the go and listen to it a bit. Of course, we already have a pretty good idea of ​​what to expect with the next model: a larger wing sporting a hot hatch and fingers crossed, more power than before. The latest generation Civic Type R's turbocharged engine made 306 horsepower and 295 pound-feet of torque. This generation, meanwhile, should bring some refinements to the mix, while still offering a 6-speed manual transmission and a limited-slip differential up front.  The new Honda Civic Type R, in all its camouflage glory, will be on display at the Tokyo Motor Show from January 14-16.

Honda continues to show off the new Type R, this time at the Suzuka Circuit in a teaser video.

We're almost there, as the automaker continues to roll out the all-new 11th-generation Honda Civic. We've experimented with mid-range sedans, hatchbacks and C's, but the more popular Type R is still out of our league, at least for now. Honda has continued the drip-drip-drip teaser leading up to the full reveal. Now, here is a short video (shown below) of the car testing at the Suzuka Circuit in Japan.

There are no technical details yet, but at least you can watch it on the go and listen to it a bit. Of course, we already have a pretty good idea of ​​what to expect with the next model: a larger wing sporting a hot hatch and fingers crossed, more power than before. 

The latest generation Civic Type R's turbocharged engine made 306 horsepower and 295 pound-feet of torque. This generation, meanwhile, should bring some refinements to the mix, while still offering a 6-speed manual transmission and a limited-slip differential up front.

The new Honda Civic Type R, in all its camouflage glory, will be on display at the Tokyo Motor Show from January 14-16.

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