Honda - VTEC Badge
Explaination and usages
VTEC

What does actually the VTEC badge mean on vehicles by Honda?

Abbreviation of Variable Valve Timing and Lift Electronic Control. Honda marks their cars like this when engines powering them use the technology of the same name, invented by Honda's engineer Ikuo Kajitani. It incorporates hydraulically operated camshaft profiles acting differently in different circumstances and under different loads. This technology increases engine efficiency and reduce consumption.

List of cars using this badge

Vehicles by Honda

acceleration

8.2

seconds

consumption

5.8

l/100km

Honda Civic  1.5 VTEC Turbo
C - Segment (Small family car)
produced from 2017. to -

acceleration

10.4

seconds

consumption

4.8

l/100km

Honda Civic  1.0 VTEC Turbo
C - Segment (Small family car)
produced from 2017. to -

acceleration

5.8

seconds

consumption

7.7

l/100km

Honda Civic Type-R 2.0 VTEC Turbo
C - Segment (Small family car)
produced from 2017. to -

acceleration

8.1

seconds

consumption

5.7

l/100km

Honda Civic Sedan 1.5 VTEC Turbo
C - Segment (Small family car)
produced from 2017. to -

acceleration

11.6

seconds

consumption

6.6

l/100km

Honda Civic  1.5i VTEC-E
C - Segment (Small family car)
produced from 1997. to 2001.  

acceleration

10.2

seconds

consumption

6.5

l/100km

Honda Civic  1.5i VTEC-E
C - Segment (Small family car)
produced from 1997. to 2001.  

acceleration

10.4

seconds

consumption

6.8

l/100km

Honda Civic  1.5i VTEC-E
C - Segment (Small family car)
produced from 1997. to 2001.  

acceleration

11.6

seconds

consumption

6.8

l/100km

Honda Civic Aero Deck 1.5i VTEC-E
C - Segment (Small family car)
produced from 1997. to 2001.  

acceleration

11.3

seconds

consumption

8.6

l/100km

Honda HR-V  1.6i 4WD VTEC
J - Segment (SUV)
produced from 2001. to 2006.  

acceleration

10.8

seconds

consumption

8.6

l/100km

Honda HR-V  1.6i 4WD VTEC
J - Segment (SUV)
produced from 2001. to 2006.  

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