Between 1998-2002, there were 1,980-units of the Honda Accord Type R (ATR) made, based on the CH1 chassis. Power comes from a 2.2L four-cylinder DOHC VTEC engine making 217 hp and 209 lb-ft of torque, mated to a 5-speed manual transmission. Unlike the standard model, this one came equipped with Recaro seats, a leather Momo steering wheel, 17-inch alloy wheels, and much more.
There was also a Accord Euro-R that was produced from 2002-2008, powered by a 2.0L K20AI-VTEC engine generating 217 hp and 152 lb-ft of torque, mated to a 6-speed manual transmission. It also came equipped with all of the Type R goodies its predecessor did, including a stiffer suspension, Recaro seats, etc. Unfortunately, there’s no word yet on if we’ll see a next-generation model based on the 2023 Honda Accord chassis, but one automotive designer does give us somewhat of an idea of what such a vehicle would look like.
- Double the Fun: By attaching your Ninebot S (sold separately) to the GoKart Drift Kit, you can enjoy a fully-functional GoKart with range up to 13.7 miles and speed up to 10mph. Small Racer for Adults, Big Toy for Children. Operating temperature-14°F~ 104°F (-10～40℃)
- Drift Racing Excitement: Segway GoKart features a handbrake and brake pedal to switch forward and backward. A high steering ratio of 2.1:1 allows for precision steering while the strengthened seat belt ensures the rider's safety. Vehicle size: After extension (Max status): 54×32×24 in (1383×822×600 mm); before extension (Min status): 40×32×18 in (1004×822×459 mm)
- Options for Everyone: Segway GoKart features three driving modes suitable for different ages. The adjustable frame length and steering wheel height can accommodate riders from 4’3”to 6’5” tall, with max load of 220 lbs and max slope of 15°.