At first glance, this may appear to be an aircraft nose, but upon closer inspection, you’ll realize it’s just a 1988 Pulse Autocycle. Does it look familiar? If so, that’s because they have made an appearance in Back to the Future II, or more specifically, the downtown Hill Valley area in 2015. A red Pulse was actually the first vehicle Marty McFly saw as he exited the alleyway opposite the courthouse, driving along Main Street from right to left. Read more for a video, additional pictures and information.
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This may not be the first Honda Civic-based Bugatti Veyron knockoff, but it’s most certainly one of the standouts. This 1993 Honda Civic coupe not only features a custom Veyron body kit, but the stock 1.6L four-cyliner engine has been upgraded with a turbocharger, blow-off valve, intercooler, cold air intake, and a fuel management system. Read more for a video, additional pictures and information.
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The Acura / Honda NSX was designed by a team led by Chief Designer Masahito Nakano and Executive Chief Engineer Shigeru Uehara. Featuring advanced aerodynamics and styling inspired by a F-16 fighter jet cockpit with input from the late Formula One World Champion, Ayrton Senna, during the final development stages. One owner has decided to go drive across the USA in an NSX equipped with a rooftop tent. Read more for a videoa nd additional information.
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The fifth-generation Honda Civic made its debut in Japan on September 9, 1991, and it even took home the Car of the Year Japan Award for the second time. Unfortunately, this person decided to transform their 1993 Honda Civic DX sedan into a Mercedes-Benz monstrosity of sorts. To be more specific, they swapped on a four-door old custom Mercedes front-end / tail lights and then dropped it on an air suspension, complete with Lambo doors. Read more for additional pictures.
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The one and only Top Fuel Honda S2000 Type-RR, which has competed in time attack events across the world, could be yours if the price is right. It currently holds class lap records at Suzuka, Okayama Circuit, and Autopolis in Ōita Prefecture, Japan. Unfortunately, even if you win this track monster from BH Auctions, it’s not street legal, as it runs a massive GCG Garrett GTX3582R turbocharged 2.3-liter F20C four-cylinder engine that generates nearly 1,000 hp, mated to a Holinger RD6S sequential transmission. Read more for a video, additional pictures and information.
The first-generation NSX was designed by a team led by Chief Designer Masahito Nakano and Executive Chief Engineer Shigeru Uehara. It drew inspiration from advanced aerodynamics and the F-16 fighter jet, while late Formula One World Champion, Ayrton Senna, provided input during the final development stages. Japanese tuner Liberty Walk decided to give it a modern widebody makeover with their latest kit. Read more for a video, additional pictures and information.
The 2020 Honda Civic Type R Sport Line is going for a more tame look, if that is even possible, starting by replacing its large rear wing with a low-profile rear deck spoiler. It does retain the shape of the standard Type R’s body, but swaps outs the 20-inch wheels for 19-inch units to provide a slightly smoother ride. The front splitter, side skirts and rear diffuser are also greyed out instead of keeping with the red line look. Read more for a video, additional pictures and information.
The ultimate street-legal, track-focused variant of Honda’s iconic Civic Type R will arrive on American shores later this year. This lighter, faster and even more ferocious vehicle features all of the 2020 model year Type R updates as well as additional enhancements designed to make it a track machine. Only 600 units of the 2021 Type R Limited Edition, all in brilliant new Phoenix Yellow and each with an individually numbered serial plate, will be sold in the US this fall. Read more for two videos, additional pictures and information.
The 2020 Honda Civic Type R made its official US debut at the Chicago Auto Show today, and in a new Boost Blue exterior color scheme. This model features revised styling, improved handling / braking, better engine cooling and the addition of standard Honda Sensing safe driver-assistive technologies. Starting things off, there’s new two-piece brake rotors and brake pads designed to reduce fade as well as improve high-speed braking efficiency. Read more for a live video from the show floor, additional pictures and information.
The all-electric 2020 Honda e made its official European debut at a media event in Valencia, Spain this week, and it just might be the perfect city car. Featuring a rear-wheel-drive platform with a MacPherson Strut independent suspension for each wheel, 50:50 weight distribution and low center of gravity, the entry level model is powered by an electric motor generating 134 hp and 232 lb-ft of torque, enabling it to accelerate from 0-62 mph in 9 seconds. Read more for a first drive video, additional pictures and information.