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The Civic lives - Varis Arising body kit on the Honda Civic Type R.

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The Civic lives - Varis Arising body kit on the Honda Civic Type R.

Hard to believe but the Honda Civic (Type R FK8) is still alive! With the presentation of the 2019 Toyota Supra, it seems that every tuner is only interested in the "supposed bestseller" (it is not yet) and especially the Civic Type R, which had been very popular until then, has hardly been heard since. But now the team at Varis Japan MFG Co.ltd has taken on the HotHatch and presented at the previous Tokyo Auto Show (Date: 10. Jan. 2020 - 12. Jan. 2020), next to the Varis Supreme Widebody Toyota Supra (A90), also a significantly modified Civic Type R. The Japanese received an extensive body kit that fits the style of the spacey look, but is not as bulky as the Varis widebody version for the Supra. Basically, this aerodynamic kit was already presented in 2018, but Varis has changed a few minor details for the auto show.

Spoilers and canards in front

The Civic lives - Varis Arising body kit on the Honda Civic Type R.

A sporty front spoiler has been developed for the front apron and there are optional small ones on both sides canards, Everything in natural carbon, of course! In addition, there is a new bonnet with a larger power dome including an air opening and there is also another fresh air opening on the right and left. The factory side, already the dominant, side skirts have not been changed. But something has changed at the rear. A new diffuser is available here, which is compatible with any sports exhaust system or optionally only with modified tailpipes. The standard system with the 3 central tailpipes naturally also fits. And the towering rear spoiler of the Type R can also be replaced by a variant made of fine carbon fiber.

Carbon rear wing on the Civic Type R

The Civic lives - Varis Arising body kit on the Honda Civic Type R.

The 2020 TAS exhibition vehicle (Tokyo Auto Show) was presented with a modified sports exhaust system including carbon diffuser, motorsport alloy wheels, lowering and the addressed carbon rear wing. By the way, all components are optionally available individually. And even in the cabin of the Civic, something has changed. Here are Recaro among others Sports Seats with Sport belts and installed a few smaller details. If we receive timely information on further changes, there is of course an update for this report. You will be informed if you simply use ours Feed subscribe to. Have fun watching the pictures and stay true to us!

(Photos: Varis Japan MFG Co.ltd)

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