A stripped out interior and track focussed suspension made this one hardcore NSX.
The car that introduced the Type-R name in Europe, gaining cult status almost immediately.
The EK9 boasted one of the best specific outputs of the time, pushing 183bhp from a 1.6 N/A engine.
Built in the UK, the Accord was slightly less focussed, but just as quick as previous Type-Rs.
The Japan-only model was based on a different chassis, and produced 217bhp. LSD as standard.
Honda continued to fettle the NSX for many years, and the R was the most extreme and focussed incarnation.
Honda's Type-R went mainstream, losing the LSD but gaining huge European popularity.
Not offered in Europe, the 217bhp DC5 was the last Integra model ever sold.
The last of the normally aspirated Type-R models, Honda killed the euro Type-R in August 2010 due to tightening emissions.
Japanese-market Type-R. Complete with more sophisticated rear suspension than the UK equivalent.
The standard Type-R with a snazzy white paint finish and LSD. Boy, what a difference that made...
Mugen strapped a supercharger to the VTEC engine with some epic (256bhp) results.