Honda Access has just unveiled a plethora of accessories for the 11th generation Honda Civic Hatch.
From the front, Japanese buyers of the new Civic can have it fitted with a unique front apron, black badges and new exterior mirror caps. Perhaps the most notable part available is a pronounced rear spoiler which gives the car extra aggressiveness without making it look like a Civic Type R knockoff.
Honda also designed two new 18-inch aluminum wheel options for the Civic, one of which is powder coated in black while the other option is painted in metallic gray. Buyers can also order black chrome center caps for the wheels, LED fog lights and a protective film on the side sills, door edges, door handles and rear bumper.
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A host of accessories are also available in the interior of the Civic. These include lights that project an image of the Civic logo onto the floor when the door is opened, as well as red / white lights on the center console and cup holders, door handles, door pockets and side steps. A wireless phone charger, LED tailgate lighting and a luggage tray are also available.
The most expensive of all the accessories available is a Kenwood 8-speaker sound system priced at 59,400 yen ($ 540).
It remains to be seen whether these accessories will be offered in markets other than Japan.
We know the Honda Civic Hatchback will arrive in the United States later this year and will be available with a 2.0-liter four with 158 hp and 138 lb-ft (187 Nm), and a 1.5-liter four. producing 180 hp and 177 lb-ft (240 Nm).