If the Honda Civic Type R’s design isn’t quite bold enough for you, this package from tuning firm Mugen might just interest you.

Yes, Mugen has developed a range of aerodynamic parts along with some minor performance and handling upgrades for the hot hatch.

Providing improved downforce to the hot hatch is a front spoiler with side wings, a carbon aero bonnet, side skirts, a rear diffuser and a prominent wing. While the rear wing has been designed to increase downforce, there’s also the option of a wing spoiler that can be attached to the top of the tailgate.

Cosmetic parts that complement the aero kit include a carbon grille, spotlamp garnish, carbon side-mirror caps, ventilated visors above the windows and a set of 20-inch MDCF alloy wheels.

Mugen furthermore offers a sports exhaust system that is lighter than the stock item. According to the firm, the redesigned tailpipes are based on the outlets of a jet engine’s thruster.

For those who want to prep their hot hatch for the track, Mugen can fit a set of competition brake pads. The aftermarket firm also provides performance equipment for the cabin, such as a sports steering wheel, MS-R bucket seats, a quick shifter and custom gear knobs.

From what we understand, the turbocharged 2,0-litre, four-cylinder petrol engine is untouched, still sending 228 kW and 400 N.m to the front axle via a six-speed manual gearbox.

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