A new one to me, the Spoon Civic GT Concept. It seems there's very few pictures of it; these are everything I've found. From Spoon Sports Australia's Facebook page
"If you thought RWD Civic's, extreme aero with giant carbon wings and diffusers, wide-body kits and carbon bodies were a NEW thing, well 27 years ago (!!) Spoon were already there rolling in their 'Civic GT' Concept as part of their extensive R&D program. The phenomenal (and somewhat mythical) Spoon Civic GT made it's debut at the 1995 Tokyo Autosalon as a concept for the JGTC (Japanese Grand Touring Car Championship) series with intentions of participation in some races, however some class regulations and other factors meant that unfortunately the car was not eligible for entry. The Spoon Civic GT was based on a Japanese Formula 3 car (open wheeler), with wheelbase and track width modified to fit beneath the custom one-piece carbon bodyshell (based on the EG6) stretched to accommodate the wider track and centre-lock Group-A wheels. Powered by a mid-mounted Mugen MF204 (Formula 3 spec engine based on the B20A) rated at a conservative '170PS' from Mugen (more realistically 190-200PS), the Civic GT included Spoon original parts including Pistons and Titanium Rods resulting in ~240PS @ 9,500RPM / 215Nm Torque being sent to the rear wheels via a Hewland Transmission. The spartan cockpit maintained the centre driving position of the Formula Car for ultimate weight distribution, with the engine mounted behind the driver powering the rear wheels, forcing in air through the air ducts in front of the rear fenders for the intake and cooling."