Rocket Bunny announced a new aero package focusing on the 1992-1995 Honda Civic hatchback.
For the longest time, Rocket Bunny released aero kits for what seemed like only RWD platforms from JDM makes and models. With the VW Golf getting its own aero package, there was hope for FWD platforms and other makes as well. According to Rocket Bunny’s latest announcement over Facebook earlier Monday, it looks like Honda fans will have the opportunity to slap on a Rocket Bunny kit and enjoy that ever popular street cred at the car meets. We’ll let the photos below speak for themselves.
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This is big for the Honda community. Prior to this EG Civic, the only Honda that got some love from Rocket Bunny was the Acura NSX. And at that, it’s not like everyone owned an NSX so the sale of those kits was obviously limited to a select niche group of enthusiasts. But it’s a new age for American JDM enthusiasts and Rocket Bunny realised that the untapped Honda market is probably ripe for the picking.
As you can see from the pictures, this is a complete aero kit with an undertray spoiler and canards up front, over fenders over all four wheels, rear spats out back and that ever important Rocket Bunny spoiler in the rear. If you look at similar kits, prices for an authentic RB kit will touch $2 grand and above so expect this to be a pretty uncommon choice amongst your average Honda owner but well within reach for serious builders who attend shows and trend set.
You’ll be surprised to know that one of the first car’s that Miura-san himself (CEO of Rocket Bunny) drove and respected as a brilliant chassis was the EF Civic. Speed Hunters wrote up a brilliant piece on his first foray into custom aero and that special Honda here.
We’re glad Tra-Kyoto is showing Hondas some love and we wonder what other aero kits he has in store for the rest of the lineup. As Formula Derp said, it looks like Overfender National competition has seriously heated up.