Toyota Wants To Chase Fwd 'ring Record With Modified C-hr

Toyota Wants To Chase FWD 'Ring Record With Modified C-HR

Toyota’s customized C-HR on display at SEMA isn’t all show and no go. In fact, the tuning company behind the ‘world’s fastest CUV’ believes it could set a new front-wheel drive lap record at the Nurburgring.

Built by Dan Gardner Spec and commissioned by Toyota, the bespoke C-HR is powered by a 2.4-liter four-cylinder engine delivering a total of 591 hp. Mated to that powerplant is a five-speed manual transmission and around Willow Springs, the car is reportedly quicker than a McLaren 650S Spider, Porsche 911 GT3 RS, and a Nissan GT-R Nismo.

2017 Honda Civic Type R Claims Title As World's Fastest Fwd Production Car

2017 Civic Type R Claims Title as World's Fastest Front-Wheel-Drive Production CarLess than two months before its U.S. launch, the 2017 Honda Civic Type R has claimed the title of world's fastest production front-wheel-drive (FWD) production car, setting a new benchmark lap time at Germany's legendary Nürburgring. On April 3, 2017, a Civic Type R lapped the 12.9-mile Nordschleife (north loop) in a record 7 minutes 43.80 seconds. This new benchmark time represents an improvement of nearly 7 seconds compared to the previous-generation (European market) Type R, and over 3 seconds faster than the previous FWD record. Video footage of the benchmark lap can be viewed on Honda's YouTube channel at Honda.us/TypeRLapRecord.

Honda Will Try To Break Fwd 'ring Record With 2017 Civic Type R

Honda will try to break FWD 'Ring record with 2017 Civic Type REven as wintertime slowly envelops us, we're planning for next year's outings. Carmakers are no exception, and Honda has its eyes on a Nürburgring record attempt with the new 2017 Civic Type R. Volkswagen currently holds the FWD Nordschleife laptime record with its Golf GTI Clubsport S, and Honda is eager to beat VW in 2017.

Fwd Honda Odyssey Minivan: Check; 1,000+ Hp

FWD Honda Odyssey Minivan: Check; 1,000+ HPFor the sheer surprise of seeing a Honda Odyssey light up its front tires like it does in the video below, this was worth a post, backed up by the fact that the car boasts the magic horsepower number of 1,000, all of which are funneled through one axle - whichever way you put it, that's at the wrong end of the car…