Honda Accord Type R: This is how it could look (+ Images)


The eleventh generation of honda accord was recently introduced and its design has inspired independent designers to launch performance-focused renderings.

One of them is artist Theottle who created a very convincing render of the Accord Type, using elements of the Civic hot hat.

The account representation includes a sports front bumper with much larger air intakes, a new honeycomb grille, vented hood, wider front fenders, side sill extensions, alloy wheels with wide tires, new rear bumper with diffuser, triple tailpipes and carbon fiber rear spoiler. carbon.

Those features come from the smaller Honda Civic Type R. The models contrast because this one has a comfort-focused character. You could say that the new accord It’s the best-looking Honda yet, especially when it includes the 2.0-liter turbocharged engine that generates 315 HP in the Civc Type R.

However, these features are difficult for this combination to come to fruition, as the US-spec Accord does not feature turbocharged mill 2.0L engine from its predecessor that provided 252 HP, and the hybrid is likely to remain the most powerful in the range.

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The next reveal of the new Accord in the Japanese market, which could offer different powertrain options, is yet to come. There has been an Accord Type R based on the sixth generation model that was available only in Europe between 1998 and 2022.

This featured a naturally aspirated 2.2-liter four-cylinder engine that produced 209 hp while featuring stiffer suspension.

Similar sixth- and seventh-generation Accord variants were sold in Japan under the “Euro R” name, though none made it to the United States.


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