Is there any hope for the Honda Civic Type R against the VW Golf R and BMW M240i?
The Honda Civic Type R, VW Golf R and BMW M240i are three very productive cars, but they convey their excitement in different ways. But which is the fastest?
Looking at the technical sheets of the three suggests that there should be a very clear sewing order for BMW on the front, VW on the second, and Honda on the third. In terms of power, this M240i xDrive has a significant advantage over others, with its turbocharged 3.0-liter direct six-cylinder engine producing 374 hp. and produces 368 pound-feet (500 Nm) of torque.
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As for the Civic Type R, it has 316 hp. and delivers 295 pound-feet (400 Nm) of torque, and while it’s impressive, it’s sold with a front-wheel drive and only a six-speed manual, which makes it much more difficult. exit the line. The latter, but at least a 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder Mk8 Golf R 315 hp. and 310 pound feet (420 Nm). Like the BMW, it is all-wheel drive and does not rely on wand shifts.
In the first race, the BMW driver easily took the best start and quickly pulled out the incompatible leader of the Golf R. The Civic Type R at this time was left in the dust of all-wheel drive competitors.
The second race had a very similar result, with BMW winning again, finishing a quarter mile in 12.4 seconds compared to VW 12.7 seconds and Honda 14.2 seconds.
This was especially interesting in the rolling race. Given the extra power of the BMW, it is clear that it will win, but Honda managed to get away from the Golf R in the first race.