This Pakistani Civic is Faster Than Most Modern Ferraris [Video]

Although though Pakistani car culture is modest, several of its masterpieces merit praise. A substantially modified 1994 (fifth generation) Honda Civic is one such vehicle that achieved a breathtakingly quick 0-100 time on a public road.

A popular social media video demonstrated the Civic reaching 100 kph from a stop in 2.7 seconds, or just two tenths of a second longer than a Bugatti Veyron.

Details indicate that the aforementioned Civic is powered by a 2.4 litre, four-cylinder K24 engine that was also found in the Honda Accord, CR-V, and other sizable cars.

The high degree of modifiability of this engine makes it very well-liked among auto enthusiasts. The fact that this Civic has all-wheel drive (AWD), which enhances traction, was also mentioned in the description of the video.

Redline Motorsports, a Lahore-based Pakistani auto tuning and modification business, modified the vehicle. This Civic is only one of the company’s endeavours, which also feature several Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution sedans, Hondas, and other vehicles favoured by fans of motorsports.

With the ability to outperform the majority of hypercars in a straightaway, this Civic is a serious performance vehicle that affords Redline Motorsports a tonne of bragging rights.

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