I think the obvious thing would be styling.... more mature styling than the current (slightly ricey) Type R...Thanks for posting this for us. It does explain things much more clearly. Waiting for the 10th Gen Type R isn't really the worst thing.
How will the next Type R be for everyone as opposed to the current gen one though? What changes will be made in order for it to appeal more to both Americans and the rest of the world (Europe and Japan)?
It does perform well... but it's unrefined... like... a feral animal. It's bouncy and skips over bumps. And the "R Mode" just opens it all up completely. Also the lower grade 9th gen interior and the bolt on aftermarket looking body kit.I think that it will definitely get a bit bigger since the Americans love bigger vehicles.
But what does "refined sense of performance" really mean? Is it not a well performing vehicle right now?