Vandal One Honda Civic Type R
US-based Vandal, based in metro Detroit, has just unveiled the Vandal One, which looks like a cross between a Corvette and F1 car. Featuring a full carbon fiber monocoque chassis, carbon fiber body panels, and an engine from the new Civic Type R, all in a 1,224-pound package that is designed for the track. The base model churns out 340 hp from the 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder, but you can also opt for an upgrade package that boosts power to 560 hp. It boasts a pushrod front and rear suspension, using JRi adjustable dampers and sway bars. Plus, every car features a cloud-based telemetry system that enables real-time monitoring of vehicle data by your pit crew team. Read more for additional pictures and information.


Vandal One Honda Civic Type R
Vandal One Honda Civic Type R
Vandal One Honda Civic Type R
Vandal One Honda Civic Type R
Vandal One Honda Civic Type R
“This version of the Type R’s engine is beefed up everywhere to withstand the extra power and is said to rev to 9,000 rpm. Now that’s the old high-rpm Honda we know and love, only with much more horsepower. All this power is sent through a six-speed sequential gearbox made by Sadev. In race mode, the One sits a mere two inches from the road, but it can be adjusted through hydraulics all the way up to five inches off the ground. People are allowed to pre-order the car with a $1,000 deposit for deliveries sometime in 2019. To actually buy it, Vandal has a base price set of $119,700,” reports Autoblog.