Honda Civic is a global car that is available in many international markets. Honda launched the 8th generation of the Honda Civic in the Indian market sometime back, but due to low interest from the market, they did not bring in the 9th generation of the sedan in India. Soon, the 10th generation Honda Civic will be launched in the Indian market next month in the Indian market. The Civic is a highly modification-friendly car in the international markets, and there are many aggressive body kits available for the sedan. Here is such an aggressive body kit for Honda City and it has been inspired by Honda Civic’s body kit.
This is based on the older-generation Honda City and not the latest one. The Honda City’s width is narrower than the Honda Civic, which makes the kit look little different and less aggressive than the Honda Civic. The whole front-end of the City has been updated. It gets a new front-end with a colossal grill and air dam. Even the fog lamp housings are updated and now have the similar chrome grille that can be seen on the main grille and the air dam too. The logo is painted in the body colour of the car and there are two horses placed on the side of the logo too. According to the video, the kit has been converted to fit on the Honda City. It could have been fabricated too but we do not know the details.
The heavily modified Honda City also gets aftermarket headlamps with projector headlamps and LED DRLs inside. There are only projector headlamps in the car and the fog lamps are not there. The bonnet lid has also been updated and changed to match the strong lines of the front bumper. On the side, the body of the Honda City gets deep muscular creases. At the rear, the tail lamps are aftermarket but they retain the stock shape. The stock bumper has been replaced with an aftermarket one too. There is a design embedded to the boot lid of the Honda City that adds aggressiveness to the rear too. On the outside, it also gets side skirts and aftermarket alloy wheels with tyres. The Honda City also gets underbody lighting that makes it look different at the night.
The interior of the Honda City also gets the same mint green colour as the exterior body. The dashboard, seats, handles and everything else are now in new mint green colour. Even the steering wheel is in the new colour. The rear seats of the Honda City are inspired by the reclines and get support for the legs too. At the rear, there are food racks too. The vehicle has been thoroughly modified and gets a new infotainment system too. It gets a huge Tesla-inspired screen and interiors ambient light with the starlit roofline.