Australia has given its Civic sedan range an update with its Honda Sensing safety and driver-assist technologies now available on the VTi-L and RS grades, along with a number of exterior styling and interior design upgrades across all variants. It also is among the best handling front wheel drive cars ever.
Honda Australia Director Stephen Collins, reported that Honda is a company that is all about creativity and innovation so it’s great to support a family show that mirrors these ideals so well.
The high-series VTi-LX is now fitted with its own distinctive alloy wheel courtesy of the previous RS wheel design, but with a new dark grey finish applied.
The hatchback’s broad flat rear wing is a strange addition to the package as Honda maintains that the aerodynamic bits of the Civic Type R serve a functional purpose of generating downforce and speed stability.
Civic is made entirely from the plastic modular toy pieces, including its wheels, tires, and brakes. The headlights, brake lights, and fog lights which are also Lego pieces are backlit and controlled via an iPad.