The Japanese automaker has decided to hit the Las Vegas SEMA strip with the all new Civic sedan wrapped in a very subtle body kit that will mostly please fans and connoisseurs.
It takes a keen eye to see the subtle differences between a stock 2016 Civic and the body kit wrapped sedan showcased at SEMA – and you might need to have two pictures of the car put side by side. Anyways, the rundown is that up front we found a pair of extensions reaching out towards the extremities in a drive to make the model look wider than it actually is. Easier to spot are the more pronounced side skirts and up on the mirror caps we also spotted a new black trim ornament. There are new front and back mud flaps and nice looking two-tone 17-inch alloy wheels and at the back the transformation is completed by the switch to a smallish rear spoiler also housing the third brake spot and replacing the standard trunk lid spoiler found on the 2016 Civic.
The US specification 2016 Civic sedan will become later available throughout North American showrooms and the full string of Honda Genuine Accessories will also be on point for those looking for more styling independence. The parts showcased at SEMA will be available for order, next to new bumper guards, underbody spoilers, wheel locks, door edge guard or a remote engine starter. Inside the cabin buyers can opt for numerous new items, including illuminated door sills, a wireless charger, different floor mats, a rear seat cover or cargo hook.