If you’ve ever seen the amount of detailing on a Pakistani truck, it’ll make you wonder what their cars might look like? Well, here’s what we found while casually browsing the internet. The modified Honda Civic ES you see in the pictures here belongs to Abbas Khan from Islamabad in Pakistan, and by the looks of it, the man certainly has some taste.
His seventh generation Honda Civic ES has been painted in Jet black and rides on these wheels so Gold, they’d make even Bappi da spare a minute and take notice. The shiny visual appeal is highlighted further by inducing some negative camber. Riding on lowered springs, the Civic gets subtle side skirts, a modest looking boot mounted spoiler, and a custom front bumper with yellow fog lamps and supporting cables for the lower pout.
We couldn’t find mention of mechanical changes if there are any under the hood. However, the standard pipe peeking out beneath the rear bumper suggests that changes could be mostly cosmetic. The seventh-gen Honda Civic ES was assembled in Lahore in its 4-door sedan form and was powered by a 115 hp engine. Reminds us a lot about the first-gen Honda City that was sold in our markets. A handsome car that still looks the part and is one of the sought after bases for mod jobs in the country.