MotorTrend posted their first drive review
Those of us old enough to remember who was in charge (Charles), whom to call (Ghostbusters), and what KITT stood for (Google it, kiddo) are still having a hard time getting used to Honda not flat-out blowing us away every time it introduces something. Perhaps it’s not fair, but we always have high expectations from the company that Soichiro built. It used to be that every time Honda put its collective mind to a task, it came up with an acronym that changed the automotive world. CVCC, VTEC, SH-AWD, how we love you.
The Euro-market Civic isn’t related to our U.S. Civic, but Honda thought it was a great idea to allow us behind the wheel of its first turbocharged performance car. We agree wholeheartedly — and that was before we realized that this 2.0-liter four-cylinder is built in Ohio. Now things are getting really interesting! This is the engine we’ll be seeing in our new 10th-generation Civic, due this autumn
Read more: http://www.motortrend.com/roadtests/coupes/1506_honda_civic_type_r_euro_spec_first_drive_review/#ixzz3dRURKe2m