Is the regular Honda Civic Type-R too tame for you? Too pedestrian looking? Well Mugen has a car that is going to be right up your alley. They’ve thrown subtlety out the window, bestowing this UK-built Civic with bold new fiberglass body panels: the hood, front and rear bumpers, and front fenders are all composed out of the weight-saving material. Out back, a skyscraping wing asserts to anyone behind you that this is no normal Civic. The transformation doesn’t end with simple cosmetics—under the triangular-vented hood sits a tweaked version of the excellent K20A motor (also found in the Acura RSX and Honda Integra), a 2-liter engine that makes 237 horsepower after Mugen gets ahold of it. A limited-slip differential helps get that horsepower down. A couple of laps behind the wheel with the engine making its racecar sounds will make you feel like a touring car driver, itself worth the price of admission. Not that you’re likely to find one—just 20 were produced, making it as rare as it is racy.