Honda has upgraded the car for riders with disabilities.
The British division of Honda, the factory team, Syncho Motorsport charity Mission Motorsport has built a sports version of the crossover Honda CR-V is designed for riders with disabilities.
As told in the press center of the brand, the car will be released at the start of a “Race memory” (Race of Remembrance), which will be held in Wales on 11 November 2017.
Racing Honda CR-V is built on the basis of the diesel versions of the previous generation model (Honda CR-V 1.6 i-DTEC EX AWD). Power 1.6-liter unit with 160 HP. Torque – 350 Nm. The transmission is a 9-band “automatic”.
The company also said that the power unit the standard car was upgraded. For example, a diesel engine cross racing Honda CR-V received a reprogrammed ECU and new exhaust system.
Inside the specially built car, as befits a racing machine, a roll cage and racing bucket seat with sport belts.
In addition, Honda CR-V received an additional unit lighting, sport wheels and brakes from the “charged” Civic Type R.