NKS design from Thailand has modified the new-gen Honda City with a new body kit that makes the new sedan look like Honda NSX supercar.
Here, we have pictures of an all-new Honda City that has been customized with a body kit developed by NKS design, with an aim to make the C2-sement sedan look sportier. The Thai car customizer has tried to give the new sedan a Honda NSX-inspired look. The new-gen Honda City features custom-made bumpers up front and the rear bumper is inspired from the one offered with the NSX supercar that was revealed back in 2015. The front bumper features splitter, while the rear bumper sports a diffuser in the same style as on the NSX. The customizer has also tried to copy the supercar’s trapezoidal exhaust, which is positioned in the middle.
Moreover, the new-gen Honda City customized with the NSX body kit consists of large blacked-out multi-spoke alloy wheels, red brake callipers and a sporty looking blacked out a spoiler. The Thai-spec new-gen Honda City is offered in four different trim levels namely- S, V, SV and RS. This modification job has been done on the SV variant, which we can tell from the exclusive chrome door handles.
The carmaker has plans to launch the all-new Honda City in the Indian market by the end of this month. Recently leaked brochure of the car reveals that the India-spec model will come loaded with features like LED headlamp cluster and LED taillights, 7-inch full coloured TFT instrument panel, an 8-inch touchscreen infotainment system and first-in-segment Alexa remote capability.
Moreover, the C2-segment sedan has also scored 5-start rating at the ASEAN NCAP crash tests. Mechanically, the all-new model will derive power from a 1.5-litre i-VTEC, naturally aspirated petrol mill. The premium sedan will also feature a 1.5-litre, i-DTEC turbocharged diesel unit. One can expect the new-gen model to be priced at Rs 10 lakh (ex-showroom). Once launched, it’ll compete with the likes of Maruti Ciaz, Hyundai Verna, VW Vento, Toyota Yaris and Skoda Rapid. The launch of the new-gen Honda City in India should take place in the coming weeks. Rumours abound that the new model will be sold alongside the outgoing version.