Hybrid manuals are definitely a thing, especially hybrid turbo manuals. Don't count the R out yet.Probably a send-off "goodbye" edition as 2020 is the last year for this Civic. And I have a feeling that there won't be another Type R as the automotive industry is shifting to hybrids, electrics and hydrogen. Has anyone noticed the current values of ITR's? Lesson: hold on to your CTR's!!!
Yes, but both of them used a different hybrid setup than any other hybrid out there by having the electric motor attached to the flywheel before mating with the transmission. AFAIK these are the only two cars with a setup like this. It wasn't very powerful, as there is extremely limited room in that area, but the instant torque at low RPM is quite fun. Modern supercars that run hybrid systems use sequential gearboxes with paddle shifters because its faster and more performant than using a clutch with an H pattern shifter.The CR-Z was one, wasn’t it? And the original Insight?
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