Hondas marked with the red “R” (meaning “Racing”) were originally designed for racing, with reduced weight and optimised for maximum performance. They were later released to the public, much to the delight of sports cars aficionados. The third generation Integra received its “Type R” upgrade as early as 1995. The version planned for the Japanese market was recognisable thanks to its “long” front lights. This was not the case for the rest of the world that received a pre-facelift variant with round lights. Its 197 hp engine and its light frame allowed the Integra Type to hit 0 to 100 in barely 6 seconds!