Honda launched the 10th generation Honda Civic sedan in India a few months back. Since then, the stylish and long-awaited car has been on the top of its segment’s sales charts. The older, 8th gen Civic that was last sold in India was one of the most popular cars among enthusiasts and modifiers due to its ever-fresh design and decently punchy engines among other factors. The 10th gen model we have in India is more luxury-oriented that being a driver’s car but still looks pretty good. While there are a lot of hot modified old gen Civics around the country, today we bring you a hot modified 10th generation Civic that looks absolutely stunning.
Draped in all black, this Civic is probably the best new-gen Civic mods we have seen in India till date. It is basically a kit job done by 360 Motoring Malappuram but the final result is spectacular if said in a word. The front end gets a new bumper that dons several sporty elements including a lip spoiler and fake air scoops among others. The top portion of the grille gets a red coating which runs over to the headlamps as well. The bonnet gets an air scoop that again is just an aesthetic bit but looks cool nonetheless. When viewed from the side, one is bound to gawk at those gorgeous alloys shod on with low profile tires that take the aesthetics of this modified Civic to a whole next level.
The rear end gets quite a major upgrade too with a new sporty bumper and a Civic Type-R inspired exhaust housing, though they are fake vents. The rear diffuser has a red line going along with it highlighting the sporty look of the car. We would have loved to see a spoiler mounted on top of the boot too but sadly, that’s not the case here. All these modifications through body kits can be done on any new-gen Civic by contacting the guys at 360 Motoring Malappuram. As seen in the picture below, there is even a spoiler on offer here along with a lot of other body kit options.
Talking about the all-new, 10-gen Honda Civic, the stylish sedan rivals the likes of the Hyundai Elantra, Skoda Octavia and the Toyota Corolla Altis in the market. The car gets powered by both petrol end diesel engine options. The petrol engine on offer is a 1.8-litre naturally aspirated unit that develops a maximum power of 139 Bhp and a peak torque of 174 Nm. It is only offered with a CVT automatic transmission. The diesel engine, on the other hand, is a 1.6-litre EarthDreams unit that churns out a 118 Bhp and 300 Nm. The diesel variants are only available with a manual transmission.