Honda spread the Civic Type R love with the debut of the second-gen model, sold both in Japan and Europe.
The second-gen Civic Type R debuted the K-series engine in Honda's Type R series. The 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine 197 horsepower for European models.
For the Japanese market, the 2.0-liter engine produced 217 horsepower.
The only transmission available in the Civic Type R was a six-speed manual.
Chassis, suspension and brake upgrades were included, but goodies like a limited-slip differential weren't included on European models.
Japanese spec models did receive the limited-slip diff, along with a more potent 217-horsepower engine with a balanced crankshaft, different cams, intake manifold and exhaust manifold.
On the outside, the Civic Type R gets special bumpers, side sills and rear wing.
There's a three-spoke, leather-wrapped Momo steering wheel.
The K-Series four-cylinder heart of the Honda Civic Type R.
Recaro bucket seats keep front passengers locked down during hard driving. Click through for a bunch more photos from Honda, and check out the article below for the history of the Type R.