This isn’t a render, but rather a real vehicle that was built by Honda’s Product Engineering department in the UK and codenamed “Project P”. It’s essentially a pre-production version of the Honda Civic Type R, which had its C-pillars and roof replacedwith a roll bar. The rear seats and boot have also been completely removed to make room for the open bed, while there’s still room for two inside. Exterior wise, the Project P keeps the iconic body kit as well as the rear wing. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
“The powertrain, transmission and gearbox remain unaltered. Honda estimates that their hot hatch turned hot pickup takes less than 6 seconds to sprint from rest to 100km/h (0-62mph), and can reach a top speed in excess of 265km/h (165mph). Even the special driving modes of the road-going Honda Civic Type R have been retained, and the automaker claims that the Project P is both comfortable and capable of being raced on the track,” according to Car Scoops.