We've owned a number of Type R's over the years, our fleet is constantly changing! Here you can check out the Dream Automotive fleet cars, past and present!

Our Latest Development

FL5 Civic Type R

Our FL5 Type R is the newest addition to our fleet, joining us in January 2023.

Straight off of the forecourt our FL5 Civic Type R has been following a rigorous development schedule, forming the basis of the latest Dream Automotive performance products as well as being a crucial development vehicle for top brands such as Nitron and Eventuri.



Widebody Time Attack Car

We're very proud to say that Honda UK Synchro Motorsport's very own 24hour endurance racecar is part of our fleet.

We acquired the car when Honda UK Swindon shut down in 2021 and have since given it a new lease of life, making it our own fully equipped Time Attack racecar.

With north of a thousand hours spent building the car, there's a lot to see. Let us show you around:

Come and take a closer look

FK8 heaven

Sequential Shifting 500hp FK8

Don't let the stock looking exterior fool you - our Championship White FK8 is packing quite the punch!

Assembled with a forged engine, pneumatic shifting Quaife sequential gearbox and a roll-cage, this a true sleeper


Our Previous Cars...

Although these cars have now sadly moved on from our fleet, they all played a huge roll in creating Dream Automotive as we know it today!

The Beginning

Dream Civic Type R FK2

The car that turbo-charged the Type R's...

The 2015 FK2 Civic Type R was our first factory new development car! The car formed the foundations for what Dream Automotive is today. Being used as a development vehicle for the likes of Eibach, Eventuri and Syvecs, the car lined us up to achieve great things in the aftermarket tuning industry.

Our FK2 was used as the safety car for the Honda VTEC Challenge, providing a lot of new data for us to use for product development.



FK8 Time Attack Car

The first of many FK8 Type R's to come and go over the years, our Polished Metal Metallic FK8 was turned into a road-legal race car which came to take home the 2019 UK Time Attack Championship.