It was wearing Michelin Pilot Sport Cup 2 Connect tyres.
A manual gearbox will be the only transmission available.
To make it work, Honda needs to engineer the engine to work longitudinally for driving the rear wheels.
This hybridised Type R could end up delivering as much as 400 hp which is close enough to 300 kW.
In place of the wing, you will get a more subtle spoiler as well as a grey accent line along the lower edge of the body.
The NSX Type R could be shown to the public at the Tokyo Motor Show later this year in October.
The OveRland’s suspension has been changed to make sure it can soak up any off-roading punishment that a driver may throw at it.
An anonymous insider from Honda recently gave some hints as to what form of propulsion the next generation Civic Type-R will have.
The safety crews on the side of the track have a Toyota Hilux to thank.
This rendering seen above and below gives us a pretty good idea of how it will look.