Custom parts have always been big business in Japan. The tuning scene there usually sets not only the standard but also the trend, with ever more aggressive or bold products, and automakers are not shy about wanting a part of the action. Mugen has long been the official go-fast parts maker for Honda. Their name roughly translates as "infinite" and that's exactly what they offer for the new Vezel small SUV, an infinite number of parts.
Just launched in Japan this week, it's already available with a body kit that makes it more aggressive, changing bumpers, grille and various trim pieces. Mugen have already prepared two exhaust systems for the 1.5-liter engine and a range of wheels available from the MDV series in sizes that include 17- and 18-inch.
On the performance side of things, better brake pads will slow you down and a sports suspension system is being developed specifically for FF and 4WD
Finally, there's the interior. There, a Dry Carbon mirror cover is available, as well as a caron selector know for the hybrid car which has an automatic-type gate. Even the boot is special, as they've redesigned the matts to flow continuously when the seats are folded flat.-