The 2001 Integra Type-R is a sports coupe for drivers who want upscale sophistication. That sophistication extends from the well-appointed cockpit to the superb driving dynamics.
Honda's powerful twin-cam engine, well-tuned sports suspension, and four-wheel disc brakes make an exciting ride. Supportive, contoured seats, excellent visibility, and all the conveniences make it a comfortable ride. A useable back seat and expandable cargo space also make it practical.

Sleek, clean and elegant, the Type-R is designed to exude performance. Its lines are understated. It looks contemporary and aggressive, with short front and rear overhangs and a cabin-forward silhouette, featuring a driver-oriented cockpit. Visibility is excellent out front and large mirrors provide good visibility rearward. Seats are deeply sculpted and supportive when cornering hard, with thigh, lumbar, and shoulder adjustments on the driver's side.

Winning an array of industry awards, including being named Car and Driver's "10 Best" and Ward's "10 Best Engines" lists. The 'Teg offers the performance that enthusiasts crave, but the level of refinement makes it competitive with vehicles from Mercedes and BMW.

 Engine Capacity & Type
2.0-litre (1998cc) 16v DOHC i-VTEC inline 4 (K20A)
 Maximum Power
220ps (217bhp) @ 8000rpm
 Maximum Torque
206Nm @ 7000rpm
6-speed manual
300mm ventilated disc (4 pot Brembo calipers)
Ventilated discs
 Additional Info
 Wheels & Tyres
17-inch 5-twin-spoke 5-lug alloys
Bridgestone Potenza RE040 or Yokohama A046 (215/45 R17)
 Dimensions & Weight
 Length / Width / Height
4385mm / 1725mm / 1385mm
 Maximum Speed
Limited to 180kph (112mph)
0-60mph 6.2 seconds*
* Estimated performance.

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