This is the Honda Civic Type R Sport Line.

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We won't be getting this one in the US.

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It's a softer, more livable version of the Type R.

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The Sport Line comes in this exclusive shade of gray.

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LED headlights are standard.

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It rides on 19-inch wheels instead of the standard 20s.

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Inside, the red seats are swapped out for black chairs.

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Most noticeably, the Type R's huge wing is removed in favor of this decklid spoiler.

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We like the more subdued appearance of this Type R.

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Keep scrolling for more photos of the Type R Sport Line.

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