Honda Automobiles: Honda Civic Type R and Clarity Fuel Cell Powertrains Awarded 2018 Wards 10 Best Engines

Posted on 15. Dec, 2017 by in Honda Canada

Setting a bar from opening to prolonged operation zero-emission vehicles, Honda was respected with dual 2018 Wards 10 Best Engines awards for a Civic Type R 2.0-liter turbo and Clarity Fuel Cell powertrains. The models were famous for their horsepower, torque, technology, celebrated fuel economy, relations competitiveness and sound characteristics. Having dual modernized powertrains named to a Wards 10 Best Engines list demonstrates a bravery of Honda engineering that meets a needs and lifestyles of a different operation of customers.

The Civic Type R facilities a many comprehensive engine ever offering in a Honda prolongation car in America. The Type R’s 2.0-liter DOHC VTEC Turbo® direct-injected powerplant advances opening on mixed fronts with a rise outlay of 306 horsepower during 6500 rpm and 295 lb.-ft. of torque between 2,500 and 4,500 rpm1. The Civic Type R is a comprehensive apex of Civic performance, and ranks as a fastest Honda prolongation car ever offering in America, with a lane tip speed of approximately 170 mph.

Technological innovations to a Clarity Fuel Cell combined a hydrogen-powered fuel dungeon smoke-stack 33 percent some-more compress than a prototype with a 60 percent boost in energy firmness compared to a effusive Honda FCX Clarity. The some-more compress fuel dungeon and integrated powertrain, allied in distance to a V-6 engine, now fits wholly underneath a hood of a sedan, permitting for a some-more atmospheric cabin with seating for 5 passengers. The Clarity Fuel Cell facilities a class-leading pushing operation rating for zero-emission vehicles with a EPA operation rating of 366 miles2.

 

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2 Based on 2017 EPA ratings. Use for comparison functions only. Your MPGe and pushing operation will change formed on how we expostulate and say your vehicle, pushing conditions, powertrain condition, and other factors.

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