Last week, the all-new Honda Civic made its ASEAN debut after being launched in Thailand. With it, we can expect the 11th generation Civic to make its way to the Philippines very soon. Honda Cars Philippines Inc (HCPI) has yet to give an exact date of its arrival, but they have confirmed that it will be revealed later this year.

Honda glams up 2022 Civic with Modulo appearance pack image

Featuring an all-new look inside and out, the compact sedan now looks like a mini Accord thanks to its more mature design. But what if you want your brand new Civic to look a bit sportier? Like its predecessors, the all-new Civic will also be available with Modulo accessories.

Now available over in Thailand, the new Modulo kit gives the Civic extra style points both inside and out. But what exactly did Modulo change on the 11th generation Civic?

Honda glams up 2022 Civic with Modulo appearance pack image

Starting with the exterior, the sedan gets a black-painted wraparound lip kit, a rear spoiler with integrated brake light, decorative grille trim, stainless steel exhaust tips, fender badge trims, and gloss black 17-inch alloy wheels.

Honda glams up 2022 Civic with Modulo appearance pack image

While the exterior gets noticeable changes, the interior of the Civic Modulo received a more subtle update. There are new door sill plates with LED lighting, aluminum sport pedals, and LED footlights for the driver and front passenger.

Honda glams up 2022 Civic with Modulo appearance pack image

Like the rest of the Civic lineup, the Modulo version is also powered by an improved 1.5-liter turbocharged inline-four. It makes 178 PS with 240 Nm of torque and is exclusively paired with a CVT.

The all-new Civic may have yet to be revealed for the Philippine market, but Honda is already giving would-be buyers some inspiration in dressing up the compact sedan. And as before, owners can order these accessories per piece or as a complete set.

Honda glams up 2022 Civic with Modulo appearance pack image

Would you kit out the 2022 Honda Civic with Modulo upgrades once it becomes available in the country? Or do you plan on keeping it the way it is? Share your comments below.