Everyday cars can look very hot, and here’s proof. The Honda City Diesel is an extremely reliable, comfortable and fuel efficient car. Someone from God’s own country just decided to add some oomph into the equation. And the result is a car that looks hot but still remains very practical for everyday use.
360 Motoring: Car Energising Studio of Kerala is behind this modified City sedan, which retains the 1.5 liter i-DTEC turbo diesel engine without any changes. On the outside, the car gets revised front and rear bumpers, which make it look sportier. The single exhaust tip has been replaced by twin units while the flanks get side skirts.
Along with these changes, the car also rides on after market TEIN coil over suspension, which also does its bit to lower the stance. The stock alloy wheels make way for 17 inch after market units, which also means that this City rides on low profile rubber.
At the rear, the LED tail lamps make things more interesting while the solitary change on the inside is a Kicker audio system. While there are tuning boxes and remaps available for the 1.5 liter i-DTEC engine to boost power and torque, such modifications will void the warranty. This is perhaps why this City’s diesel motor remains unmodified.
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