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  • vtin
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    CVT pe CTR?
    http://www.autoguide.com/auto-news/2...ic-type-r.html

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  • Robby_Alessio
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    http://www.teamimports.com/2016/10/2...price.html?m=1


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  • Delphi
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    Poze de la Paris cu interiorul: http://www.civicx.com/threads/interi...rototype.5813/

    De data asta mi se pare si mie ca e prea mult rosu si pus cam aiurea.

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  • Delphi
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    La Salonul de la Paris: http://www.carmagazine.co.uk/car-news/motor-shows-events/paris/2016/new-2017-honda-civic-type-r-revealed-latest-details-and-pictures/

    LE: Poze live de la Paris: http://www.civicx.com/threads/our-live-photos-of-civic-type-r-prototype-and-hatchback-from-paris.5798/
    Last edited by Delphi; 30-09-16, 09:38.

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  • Robby_Alessio
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    https://m.facebook.com/story.php?sto...d=369413940120


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  • Robby_Alessio
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    https://www.facebook.com/hondauk/pos...802798892439:0




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  • Delphi
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    Ca sa o lamurim. Citat de aici: http://www.civicx.com/threads/report...er-paris.4922/

    http://www.autoexpress.co.uk/honda/c...s-taking-shape

    New 2017 Honda Civic Type R is taking shape

    Honda will be looking to hog the limelight at October’s Paris Motor Show as it rolls out an all-new, more powerful and even faster version of its legendary Civic Type R, Auto Express can exclusively reveal.

    Even though the current model – limited to 2,500 models in the UK – only launched last year, the manufacturer will preview the next Type R with a concept in France, and the production version will then make its way into showrooms next September. The concept will make its debut on the show stand alongside the standard version of the all-new 10th-generation hatch.

    One of the key areas the new Type R will address is the styling, as illustrated by our exclusive images (renderings). Honda will attempt to broaden the appeal of the hot hatch with a more subtle design instead of the current model’s divisive, extreme look. The most obvious change will be the deletion of the rear wing, while a softer front bumper and back diffuser will also come in.

    Prototypes have been spied undergoing performance testing at the Nurburgring race track in Germany with a rear wing fitted, but Auto Express understands that this won’t appear on the concept or production model. Instead, a more subtle spoiler will be preferred – although an aero package could be made available as an option.

    Trademark Civic Type R design cues such as the red bumper detailing, flared wheelarches and oversized air intakes will remain, but the styling will be far more restrained in comparison with the current model.

    Engineers will also turn their attention to the powertrain. Auto Express understands the concept car will be powered by a tuned version of the current 2.0-litre four-cylinder turbo, which will then go on to feature in the production model.

    Current performance figures of 306bhp and 400Nm of torque are expected to increase to around 340bhp and 450Nm. The official 0-62mph time could drop to around five seconds – seven-tenths of a second quicker than today’s model.

    Despite the huge reserves of power, it’s also believed Honda will stick with front-wheel drive and a six-speed manual gearbox. This means the new Type R should move clear of the limited-run, two-seater Volkswagen Golf GTI Clubsport S to become the world’s most powerful front-drive hot hatch – although it’s not known if Honda will try to reclaim the front-wheel-drive Nurburgring lap record from its rival. The lack of aero on the upcoming model also means the current Type R’s 168mph top speed could rise.

    Updates inside will focus on quality, with a slicker and better-integrated infotainment display replacing the current aftermarket-style system.

    The more traditional bodyshape will also mean a boost in practicality for the Civic. The new Type R will be around 30mm wider, 20mm lower and 130mm longer than at present. It will be built at the Honda facility in Swindon, Wiltshire, alongside the standard hatchback, with production starting late next year.

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  • Malex
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    @ Turkish
    Din pacate, ai dreptate ...
    Pentru un HRV/AT/AWD ai doar 2 variante ... ambele SCUMPE : importarea HRV`ului din USA, sau relocarea ta acolo (ca Mexic, India, Malaya ... ies aprioric din calcul )

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  • kawamoto
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    Ei au, cred de gand sa inlocuiasca 1,4 actual de pe civic cu acel 1,5 de 130 CP. Nu stiu in ce stadiu se afla 1,0 turbo care au zis ca il baga.
    Am stat un pic de vorba cu reprezentantul de vanzari din Neu-Ulm cand am dus motocicleta la revizie. El nu a confirmat deloc sa vina alta motorizare in afara de 1,5 turbo sau ne-turbo. M-a lasat sa inteleg ca motorizarea de baza va fi cea de pe actualul HR-V. Sincer am uitat complet ca motorizarea de baza la actualul civic este acest 1,4 i-vtec si cred ca am fost confuz. E mai logica varianta asta si sper sa fie asa.

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  • Red Baron
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    Din ce am citit pe civicx.com, noul Type-R este așteptat, în SUA cel puțin, in 2017 ca MY2017 (adică să fie prezentat până în august 2017).
    Și va fi FWD, din păcate...

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  • Turkish
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    daca fac un hrv type r cu tractiune integrala si AT ma bag si eu. altfel nu prea mai are sens pentru mine ce fac ei - dau refresh la un model dupa 2 ani, se concentreaza pe un singur model pentru oarecare diversitate si in rest.. oha

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  • ticker
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    1.5 fara Turbo e deja pe HR-V. Putine sanse se vina pe Civic atatat timp cat avem deja 1.8 de atata vreme pe el.

    Iar Type-R-ul 2017 va veni la anul in 2017. E in teste avansate si mi se pare putin probabil sa fie intarziat atat de mult fata de lansarea versiunii 5D.

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  • Delphi
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    Cine ti-a zis asta cu "1.5 130 cp fara turbo"?

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  • kawamoto
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    Parca e vorba aici de Type-r. Si generatia 9 a intarziat ceva ani avand in vedere ca a aparut in 2012. In ce an a venit ultimul Type-r?
    Am vrut sa zic ca daca vor sa-l puna la punct va trebui sa mai asteptam.
    Oricum nemtii nu asteapta noul civic mai repede decat pe vara 2017. Problema ca il asteapta cu motorizarea 1,5 130 cp fara turbo. Sper sa se insele si aceasta sa fie motorizarea la nivelul de echipare S.
    PS: Eu abia astept sa vad varianta elektro. Daca Honda nu baga gaz, in 2020 poate sa isi faca bagajele din Germania. Asta daca nu se razgandeste doamna dr. fizician.

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  • Spoon
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    cum vine asta? civic 2017 iese la sfarsit de 2018?

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