Introduced in 1995 in Japan, the Honda Integra Type R features a 195hp, 1.8-liter, dual overhead camshaft, 16-valve VTEC inline 4-cylinder engine. This power unit puts out more horsepower per liter capacity than any other normally aspirated non-turbo mass-produced engine in the world.
One of the Type R’s most notable engineering achievements is the high-revving VTEC engine. The Type R’s unique features include hand-polished intake and exhaust ports and single-port intake manifold; a larger-diameter exhaust system , allowing larger volume flow; and a torque-sensitive helical limited-slip differential.
Astonishing handling cornering response and impressive braking performance are also distinctive features of this limited edition Integra. These are made possible by features such as overall vehicle weight reduction, lower overall vehicle height and aerodynamic refinements, racetrack-calibrated suspension, larger disk brakes with performance-oriented calipers, lightweight aluminium alloy wheels, high-performance tires, etc.