So what does the extra RM 16k nets you? Let’s take a closer look.
Starting with the exterior, Modulo said that the Jazz Modulo X inherits the "effective aerodynamics" philosophy from the "Sports Modulo Civic Type R".
As such, Modulo has placed some serious emphasis on the Jazz’s aerodynamic aspects, as its rendition of the Jazz Modulo X gets a host of aerodynamic upgrades, including a more aggressive front bumper and aero fins. The Jazz Modulo X also gets a unique front grille.
Towards the rear of the Jazz Modulo X, it gains a restyled bumper and the addition of a tailgate spoiler. A Modulo X emblem placed on the tailgate serves as a reminder that this is not your regular Honda Jazz.
The Jazz Modulo X also rides on new lightweight 16-inch alloy wheels, with unique dampers all-round.
Modulo has also fettled with the interior of the Jazz, giving the hatchback a sportier touch. The most noticeable difference is the addition of Bordeaux Red trim on the steering wheel, gear lever, and seats. This Jazz variant also gets a unique engine push start button with the Modulo X wording, carpet mats, and interior trim pieces.