Honda Civic Type R Pickup

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.

Honda Civic Type R Pickup
Honda Civic Type R Pickup
Honda Civic Type R Pickup

“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.