Yesterday, the world finally saw the all-new 2020 Honda City. Featuring a more mature Solid Wing Face design, a Civic-like face, and a more mature-looking rear, the B-segment sedan from Honda looks better and stately than the current generation.

Glam up the 2020 Honda City with these Modulo upgrades image

But what if you plan on dressing up your own 2020 City once it's already here? Let Modulo give you some inspiration as Honda Thailand recently revealed some of the available exterior and interior upgrades for the sedan.

Glam up the 2020 Honda City with these Modulo upgrades image

Starting with the exterior bits, the new City Modulo is available with a front and rear spoiler on the bumpers, along with a pair of side skirts. Aside from those, the Modulo upgrade can also come with a sporty rear wing that comes with an integrated stoplight. Topping off the exterior upgrades on the City Modulo are the LED folights, and the 15-inch turbine-style alloy wheels.

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Moving over to the interior, Modulo went for a subtler approach in sprucing up the four-door. Stainless steel pedals, along with illuminated door sill plates that bear the 'City' name, make for a shinier and more inviting cabin. In addition, a dashcam video recorder can also be had with the new Modulo kit.

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But just how much will these add-ons be? For the bodykit alone (front, rear and side skirt) it will cost THB 15,500 (around Php 26,089) for the Modulo Aero Package. Go for the sportier Aero RS package and it will cost more at THB 17,900 (around Php 30,129). As for the rear wing and LED fog lights, they will set you back THB 8,150 (around Php 13,718) and THB 5500 (around Php 9,257) respectively.

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The stylish alloy wheels costs THB 3,600 (around Php 6,059) per piece, while the stainless steel pedals retail at THB 1,300 (around Php 2,188). Finally the door sill plates and the dashcam video record are priced at THB 4400 (around Php 7,406) and THB 3850 (around Php 6480) accordingly.

Since they're already available in Thailand, we won't be surprised if the Modulo upgrades will also make their way to the Philippines. Fingers crossed we won't have to wait for long before the 2020 Honda City arrives in the country.