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Currently, Honda doesn't offer all-wheel drive on any Civic model, so it's unclear what sort of AWD system the Civic Type R would receive. Automotive News notes that most of the Type R's rivals—the Subaru WRX, Ford Focus RS, and Volkswagen Golf R—all offer all-wheel drive as standard.
2019 Honda Civic Type R AWD Price But because this was the first type R sold in the United States, Honda wanted to introduce in the same way that it has earned considerable tracking abroad, Matsumoto said.
Matsumoto also suggested an all-wheel-drive Civic Type R could also see the light of day. Initially, Matsumoto wanted the first U.S.-spec Type R to reflect its powerful, front-drive predecessors, but it seems as though he’s open to leveling the playing field with the Ford Focus RS, Subaru WRX STI and Volkswagen Golf R – all of which are AWD.
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Honda dreaming up Civic Type R variants - with more power, AWD More power and AWD are possibilities.
The article also mentions is the possibility of adding all-wheel drive to the Civic Type R. While AWD would certainly close the traction gap between the Type R and similar cars like the Focus RS and Golf R, this version seems the most unlikely for a few reasons.
Yet, at the end of the day, for any sports car enthusiasts, other than the Honda loyal, Civic Type R must present equal to or greater performance value than comparable sport offerings from Ford, V.W and Subaru, to name a few.
Honda this morning took the wraps on the new Civic Type R at the Geneva Motor Show, and finally gave us some specs to work with: 306 horsepower and 295 lb-ft of torque from a turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder i-VTEC engine.