New Honda Civic 2023 Redesign – We expect in 2022 Honda can launch the earliest 2023 model year, the next New 2023 Honda Civic Type R is currently in development. Spied on many occasions with camouflage from head to toe, the next generation hot hatch has also been made with great attention to detail.
Today many of these computer-generated images are made possible by “spy photos from earlier this year and patent images” for five-door hatchbacks and four-door sedans. At first glance, you’ll see a pair of ugly vents at the end of the rear bumper, right next to the rear quarter panel.
Honda Civic 2023 Design
Pictured here in red, white, and blue, this is our best guess of what the new Type R will look like when it arrives in a few years or so. The 2023 Honda Civic Type R still retains its boy-racer charm, but slightly reduces style.
This rendering assumes that all paint colors will retain a red accent on the bottom body kit. Spy shots have revealed that the brake calipers are red, so we assume that other accents will be colored red as well. These photos use what looks like the current Type R wheel with red lips, but based on spy photos, the new model should use a different wheel pattern that may not include lip accents.
Honda Civic 2023 Exterior Redesign
The new R type should maintain a firm style, but we think the new headlights and taillights look a little less aggressive than the current tenth generation models. The headlights remind us of the current Accord and the connected rear light bar looks pretty cool. Of course, the large rear wing will return, and the tri-tip exhaust is replaced with a new quad-tip setting.
Honda Civic 2023 Engine
reportedly Honda will hybridize the Civic Type R to 400 horsepower or about that. One or two electric motors are supposed to drive the rear axle, allowing the e-AWD to accelerate, but this report has not been confirmed by the Japanese car manufacturer or by the aforementioned prototype vehicle.
Honda does use a three-motor layout and a twin-turbo V6 engine in nsx supercars, but the Civic Type R plays in very different segments at very different prices. Lest we forget, Ford Performance recently dropped the Focus RS due to the high cost of developing a hybrid powertrain. Most likely, rumors of an e-AWD hybrid won’t come true because it’s too complicated and expensive.