When the topic of early-1990s Honda performance comes up, the CRX gets a lot of attention, but it’s worth remembering that Honda was quietly creating high-performance Civics at the same time. This Civic 1.5 VTi was one of them, benefiting from trickle-down VTEC variable-valve timing technology from the NSX halo car. While displacing just 1.5 liters, the tiny D15 motor produces big power: nearly 130 horsepower, to be specific. With less than 2,300 lbs. to push around, it would be an understatement to say that the VTi has lively performance. Available to lucky European and Japanese customers, for all intents and purposes the VTi looks just like any other EG-series hatch, but a liberal application of throttle will reveal a 0-60 mph time of just 8.5 seconds. Sophisticated independent suspension all around, and that light weight, also means that the stock VTi handles very well. Just like any Honda, there are loads of options for personalizing this Civic to your exacting specifications in-game.