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Via https://www.motor1.com/news/600393/2023-honda-civic-type-r-oem-accessories/

Revealed for the JDM-spec CTR, the goodies start on the outside where there's a new rear wing made from carbon fiber to shave off 1 kilogram (2.2 pounds) compared to the standard setup. There are also red side mirror caps to complement the brake calipers as well as the Honda badges and prominent R letter on the grille and tailgate.

As if the interior wasn't red enough, the gear knob made from anodized aluminum for the six-speed manual transmission can be wrapped in red leather to match the front seats and floor mats. The area surrounding it is made from the same carbon fiber used for the rear wing, complete with red accents. Miscellaneous items vary from Type R door projectors and LED ambient lighting to carpets and even the Euro-spec horn.

From paint protection film to a wireless charging pad, Honda Access has quite a few items ready for the new Civic Type R. You can rest assured aftermarket specialists will release substantial upgrades in due course, and whatever power the 2.0-liter turbocharged engine makes, tuners will definitely want to extract more.

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The puddle light seems very eBay special to me. But the wing and other accessories are a very nice touch.
 

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The puddle light seems very eBay special to me. But the wing and other accessories are a very nice touch.
Agreed. I think I'd prefer a straight Honda logo over the one we see here. But my ultimate preference is just a diffuse, bright light
 


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I'm in on the Carbon Fiber interior parts. I was not a fan of the aluminum on the center console. So this will help for sure.

I like the spoiler but... You're looking at 2k+ and... funk that. I can invest that in other places.
 

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I'm in on the Carbon Fiber interior parts. I was not a fan of the aluminum on the center console. So this will help for sure.

I like the spoiler but... You're looking at 2k+ and... funk that. I can invest that in other places.
i will most likely replace the center piece as well, not sure if its aluminum or not, but might get too hot in the summer.
that and shiftknob is an insta buy for me
 

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I'm in on the Carbon Fiber interior parts. I was not a fan of the aluminum on the center console. So this will help for sure.

I like the spoiler but... You're looking at 2k+ and... funk that. I can invest that in other places.
The only reason I'm looking at the spoiler is if the original gloss is really scratch-prone. That would be annoying to look at every day
 

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The only reason I'm looking at the spoiler is if the original gloss is really scratch-prone. That would be annoying to look at every day
No doubt! I plan to do everything I can on mine when I get it to prevent that. I don't blame you and I certainly don't judge you. I LOVE the spoiler. I myself... can't justify it based on what I think it will cost. That doesn't mean I don't admire the heck out of it.

CTRC, I had no clue what it was around the shifter and I knew I didn't like it. However, I ended up watching a video on youtube and what I assume is part of the team that designed it (It was in Japanese and the CC in English was bad) and they mentioned it was aluminum.
 

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No doubt! I plan to do everything I can on mine when I get it to prevent that. I don't blame you and I certainly don't judge you. I LOVE the spoiler. I myself... can't justify it based on what I think it will cost. That doesn't mean I don't admire the heck out of it.

CTRC, I had no clue what it was around the shifter and I knew I didn't like it. However, I ended up watching a video on youtube and what I assume is part of the team that designed it (It was in Japanese and the CC in English was bad) and they mentioned it was aluminum.
it has to go then haha.

 

 
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