Using a standard 2013 Civic Tourer, the team transplanted the running gear of an FK2 Civic Type R to create a 306bhp estate.
The six-speed gearbox, wheels, brakes and suspension of the FK2 Civic Type R have also been carried over, and Synchro Motorsport has also fitted a the Type R's front bodykit and adapted rear bodywork of the Tourer.
At the back, a quad-exhaust set-up fits into a rear diffuser that appears to have been adapted from the hatch. And inside, there are Type R seats and red badging.
Despite being built by a small team, the finished product looks remarkably production ready. Fans of fast estates shouldn't get their hopes up, though, the latest from Honda is that there are no plans to bring such a car to production.
Do you think Honda should build a Tourer version of the Type R?