Envision The Unreal With This Honda Civic Type R Wagon Rendering.
Honda Civic Type R Wagon – Overview
The red-badged Honda Civic Type R has always been offered as a hatchback, initially as a three-door model and later, starting in 2015, as a five-door model.
Naturally, the FD2 in 2007 is the only exception to this.
The eighth-generation Civic Type R, offered only in Japan, was the first to be sold as a sedan.
The Civic Type R was never offered as a station wagon; that is certain.
Moreover, a Civic wagon with performance components and the coveted red badge is considered unachievable by X-Tomi Design now that the 2023 Honda Civic Type R FL5 is available.
In the unauthorized rendering, the tiny car’s roof is stretched to create a more upright rear windscreen.
However, additional functionality is also there, as evidenced by the two roof rails and increased cargo space on the record-breaking Honda.
This is a hatchback rather than a wagon, but one may counter that.
We’re not complaining, though, because the car’s subtle sportiness may match the Audi RS4 Avant’s forceful demeanor.
Fair enough, the standard Honda Civic was offered as a station wagon until the ninth generation.
With the tenth-generation model, Honda stopped producing an estate variant, which was marketed as a Touring model in Europe and other regions.
We don’t anticipate the return of a long-roof model any time soon, much less one that sports a Type R badge.
But if a Civic Type R wagon unexpectedly appears on the market in the future, would you be willing to buy one?
How fast is a 2022 Honda Civic Type R?
The 320-horsepower, four-cylinder, turbocharged Honda Civic Type R can accelerate from 0 to 62 mph in 5.8 seconds and reach a top speed of 169 mph.
Is Honda Civic Type R 4-seater?
The Civic Type-R is a 4 Seater Hatchback with measurements of 4577 mm in length, 1877 mm in width, 2700 mm in wheelbase, and 132 mm in ground clearance.