Mugen FN2 Honda Civic Type R

If you can remember a short while back, we reported about Honda’s in house tuner Mugen and their planned take on the Civic Type R hot hatch. Well today they have just reveled some details regarding just how much these trick body parts will cost if eager enthusiasts are looking to recreate the tricked out tuner ride from the comfort of their own home with aggressive restyled bumpers, vented hood and fenders and an oversized rear wing that would make the Mugen Type R at home on a stage of the World Rally Championship.

Mugen FN2 Honda Civic Type R

A while back Mugen came out with a Civic that went above and beyond what any Honda enthusiast could have hoped for with the Mugen RR , the only drawback is that the RR was a pit on the pricy side. So if you aren’t ready to dish out big money for a front driver but still want the aesthetic appeal of the limited production super civic, then the “unlimited” Honda tuner has just what you are looking for with their aggressive new aero kit for the Honda Civic Type R . The six piece tuning kit is being marketed as turning an ordinary Civic into the "Premium Super Sports" concept and comes complete with everything needed to drastically change the appearance of your Type R.

As we all know, Mugen is more about going than showing, so aside from new front bumper with integrated lip spoiler, twin hood scoops, wider fenders, lower side skirts, new rear apron and massive rear wing, Mugen is also developing a series of power producing parts for the tiny Type R hatchback. So no matter whether you want a full out sport compact tuner car, or one that just looks and performs like one, you might want to check out what Mugen has to offer.

Press release after the jump.

Press release

Mugen FN2 Honda Civic Type R

Principal Mugen stockist and leading Japanese tuning house Torque Developments International Plc is pleased to announce that the full range of Honda Civic Type R FN2 upgrades are now available for the performance aftermarket.

Covering engine, chassis, braking and visual enhancements, the Mugen Civic Type R FN2 product range has been subject OEM style levels of arduous design, testing and quality control tests, ensuring that the Mugen FN2 product portfolio offers enthusiasts the ultimate in performance and reliability.

First launch from the Mugen range are FN2 the front and visual enhancements seen adorning the critically acclaimed Civic Type R Mugen concept. Lightweight, high quality and distinctive, the Mugen FN2 body styling provides a unique look, designed for the Honda connoisseur.

Mugen’s FN2 Honda Civic Type R visual enhancements include:

Front aero bumper - Part no: 62511-XLR-K0S0 RRP - £1150.60

This incorporates large brake duct intakes, an aerodynamically shaped profile and a smooth undertray to decrease wind resistance while improving high speed stability.

Air intake garnish - Part no: 71140-XLR-K0S0 RRP - £234.38
These triangular trims are installed into the front of the Mugen aero bumper to provide additional air channelling and improved visual appeal.

Mugen FN2 Honda Civic Type R

Front Sports grille - Part no: 75100-XLR-K0S0 RRP - £372.88
A signature Mugen visual styling enhancement, the Sports grille combines great looks with a wind resistance reducing design.

Front Aero Fenders (pair) - Part no: 60200-XLR-K0S0 RRP - £852.29
An aggressive frontal profile and rear hot air outlet help reduce underbonnet and front brake temperatures. A unique Mugen design in high strength, lightweight FRP.

Aero bonnet - Part no: 60100-XLR-K0S0 RRP - £1257.14
Designed to perform, the Mugen Honda Civic Type R FN2 aero bonnet is equipped with large, functioning air outlets with a detachable air outlet inner cover. When open, the apertures allow more cool air through the engine bay, helping to lower underbonnet temperatures. Produced in high quality, weight saving FRP.

Rear Bumper - Part no: 84111-XLR-K0S0 RRP - £1044.07

Muscular looks combine with the Type R’s twin exhaust outlets to create a distinctive rear look.

Rear Wing - Part no: 84112-XLR-K0S0 RRP - £1150.60

Unmistakably Mugen, the FN2 Civic Type R rear wing provides a stunning look for Honda’s hottest hatchback. Adjustable in two places to suit driving conditions, the Mugen rear wing is made from ABS plastic, with an FRP base. Installation requires the removal of the original factory Civic Type R rear wing.


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Designed to perform, the Mugen Honda Civic Type R FN2 aero bonnet is equipped with large, functioning air outlets with a detachable air outlet inner cover. When open, the apertures allow more cool air through the engine bay, helping to lower underbonnet temperatures. Produced in high quality, weight saving FRP.

Very stunning and aggressive Hatch! No wonder why it’s sold out on japan.

I love the new concept and the new look of Civic. Though they remove the back doors it still cool for me.

I love the new concept and the new look of Civic. Though they removed the back doors it still looks cool for me.

eh, all that talk bout type r this type r that an still takes a century and a day to go anywhere.....another lame slow civic. (*yeah i still hate civics)

I rather have a Civic Sedan. This car looks too flashy and dare I say, cute, in my opinion. I don’t want cute.

It’s a good thing that Mugen did not went off to the tax evasion scandal of Hirotoshi. Under the M-TEC, they are still using the Mugen trademark.

Well, Mugen and Honda has a very long history together. Who would ever forget the F3000 engine that they built together in 1986. And since then, they have made history together.

Cheers to the Mugen and Honda for this wonderful car. But I think that the spoiler is an overdo. Change it perhaps? Or remove it from the whole package?

Front aero bumper is a good investment in upgrading your looks. Both for aesthetic and performance aspects as it increases your aerodynamics. But everything about the car looks so perfect when everything is installed. So I guess, it’s a go go for all the parts!

The rear bumper really look nice but don’t you think it’s to pricey for £1044.07? As for purchasing one is more of for the aesthetic design. It gives very little effect when it comes to the car’s performance. So I think I’d rather go for the little details that are performance based such as the Air intake garnish.

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