The release of the Civic Type R has created a lot of buzz. The recent media launch generated plenty of opinions as to its performance, including some reviewers who believe Honda has underrated the CTR in the same manner it has done with the Accord V6 in the past.
The real truth behind the dyno test is that it is valueless. We do not have any data on its calibration or the weather, and the dyno operator could have applied any correction factor on the data to boost the results. This is not an isolated case in reporting sketchy dyno results, as I see it multiple times per month from various outlets and, in just about every case, the data and reporting are meaningless.
Ajla-If the GLH is destined to be available only through Direct Connection then it is basically never going to exist.-The rumor is that the Compass will also be getting these power trains, which I think could be a big help to that vehicle. I also wouldn't be surprised to see a Jeep version(s) of the Hornalé soon.-The styling of the Hornet is similar to the Charger and Durango which is a little surprising since those vehicles will be gone soon and I thought they might go in a different direction. We'll see what the "eMuscle" car looks like tonight (my guess is a 4-Series Gran coupe with a '70 Charger mask).
Master BaiterYou probably have to be a POC or LGBTQ+%^#*% run business to qualify for grants.
BuickmanDonaldson Brown earned his keep, very few since.