Photos by Errol Panganiban, Philip Aragones, and THE aSTIG
Let’s face it; money doesn’t grow on trees. If it did, then global warming wouldn’t be a problem because all of us would be planting trees here and there, and because of that, we’d probably already be driving our very own dream cars.
But the sad truth is, it doesn’t. So most of us would have to begin with something we could actually afford, and work our way from there. Besides, part of the fun of owning our cars is on customizing and tuning them until we can turn them into dream cars, right?
Well, one of the more attainable cars that you can purchase brand-new today is the 5th generation GM Honda City. This car is a daily driver for many, being an economical 4-door subcompact sedan that it is.
But others have been bitten so bad (in a good way) by the car tuning bug that they have taken their Honda Citys to extreme levels of customization, turning them into the eye-catching head-turners that are dream cars to many. And in our opinion, some of the best examples we’ve found are those which we’re featuring here today.
Enjoy viewing the gallery, and tell us, what’s your favorite Honda City GM Body Kit design?
The first photo of a matte white Honda City is a custom TK wide body by A-toy Customs / A-toy Body kits. Here’s the same, this time in matte grey. We actually think that this is the best looking amongst all the body kits available in the market today. It just gives the car so much character! Would you agree?
Then there’s the Mugen RR, which looks good in bright colors such as orange, accentuating the sharp angles of the design…
…or if black is more to your liking, it looks equally as stunning…
And if sky’s the limit on what you can afford, how about going full carbon? Not just on the Mugen RR kit, but the rest of the car as well!
Here’s the same car with an updated and more aggressive iteration of the front bumper. Check out how it looks like there are arrows pointed towards the intercooler! Nice work by ZWorks Carbon Fibers.
And lastly, the RR Advanced. Bet this would look good on a street-sweeping stanced City would you agree?
So tell us, which Honda City GM body kit is your favorite?