Honda WR-V Turbo: The Japanese automaker, Honda has produced many mindblowing sports cars inspired by standard concepts. The Latest Civic Type R is much like a standard variant produced by the company. Recently, the automaker tech giant has unveiled a one-off WR-V Turbo Indy Pace car segment. However, the latest segment is for unveiled for worldwide selling, although only in Brazil for now. The pace car, WR-V Turbo was announced in the media drive of latest Civic Si. The latest vehicle is declared to be employed as a pace vehicle for Formula Indy Stage in Brazil. It has also got some extreme modifications which makes it different from the standard variants. The variants will be available in exterior shaded with red, black and white color mixture. The car has an amazing sportier look.
The company has not given any massive modifications to the Honda WR-V, but the little variations are pretty remarkable. Now, the front grill is polished in graphite color detailing including fascinating innovations for the bumper for a sportier appearance. The car has also received an amazing unusual exterior package which will moreover enhance high-grade performance and also develop the aerodynamics of the vehicle. At the back, the car is seen with the latest spoiler for a extra downforce. The Turbo Indy Pace vehicle features 17-inch alloy wheels polished in graphite shade. The wheels manage continental 215/45 sleek tires for excellent grip. The suspension of the car is now reduced including larger front and back brakes.
Now about the modifications in the cabin. The cabin includes complex variations. Sparco bucket seats are seen with four sharp seat belts for the high-grade safety of driver and passenger as the standard seats get eliminated. The engine remains unchanged as it is equipped with a 1.5 L i-VTEC motor, however, the manufacturer has enhanced turbo boost pressure. The engine is capable of producing 165 hp of peak power and 190Nm of torque which goes up to 200 hp of power after employing the Formula Indy Stage.
In the Indian variant, Honda WR-V is equipped with a 1.2 L i-VTEC engine which is capable of delivering 90 hp of peak power at 6,000 rpm and peak torque of 110 nm at 4,800 rpm. The Indian variant’s engine is combined with a 5-speed manual gearbox transmission. The price of the pace car is also cheap which is good to increase buyers. If the turbocharged variant of the 1.2-litre WR-V is launched in India, then it will get a great response from the fans. Unfortunately, according to a report, Honda has not shown any interest to produce the sporty variant in India.