Here is a Saga BLM with Nissan GTR replica front bumper. With the dark blue body, black hood, head lamp cover plus the GTR look bumper, it look very aggressive!
Here is a well maintained Datsun 120Y, it has been modified and equipped with bodykit, it look like a modern car, you will never know how old is the car.
Here is a Perodua Kenari audio car converted to Daihatsu Move. Nice K-car>
AHG Sports, the tuning division of Infiniti Zentrum Hamburg, has a kit that upgrades the Infiniti FX 30dS into a true Porsche Cayenne Diesel competitor.
For €1250, the tuner dials up power on the 3.0 liter V6 diesel unit to 280 PS (206 kW / 276 bhp) and 600 Nm of torque - up substantially from the standard 238 PS (175 kW / 235 bhp) and 550 Nm (406 lb-ft).
The tuner then adds a nice 21-inch wheel and tire combination. The 3-piece CC rims from Schmidt Revolution come in size 11 x 21-inch and are wrapped in 295/40R21 tires. Cost of the wheel set is €7,900.
Lowering springs also drop the suspension by 25 mm at a cost of €1,495, installation included.
Mazda aggressively developing its technology, including next-generation car model RX-9. That said, according to international reports, sportcar uses a rotary engine that Mazda's unique and never been used in the model RX3. In fact, the heart pacemaker is ever won the Le Mans 24 endurance race at 1991 with the Mazda 787B.
Only, rotary engine RX-9 in this brand-new environmentally friendly hybrid alias, while the electric motor borrowed from Toyota. The two principals last year signed a cooperation.
However, a report from Motor Trend magazine America that leaked from Toyota's just part of the electric motor. Although the hybrid, the RX-9 will continue to use gasoline engines. In fact mentioned, the possibility of rotary engine will be equipped with technology such as KERS in F1, whose function is to charge the battery when deceleration occurs.
Great Wall Motor to certification Euro5 for a double cabin pickup, Wingle diesel marketed in Europe and Australia. The factory in Baoding Great Wall is producing Wingle diesel starting August 2010. The plan, in 2011 will produce up to 140,000 units per year.
Wingle gasoline engine has been certified the same from the European Union since last year. Currently, the pickup of the rear similar to the Isuzu D-Max is sold in Italy, Romania, and Australia. Three other models of the Great Wall that has been certified emission standards are similar and Coolbar sedans and SUVs Florid Hover 5.
Here's a new wide-body tuning kit for the not-so-new-anymore BMW E92 M3 by American tuner Vorsteiner.
The M3 gets dialed up to 620 bhp (462 kW / 629 PS) and is named the "Canday Cane" due to its red and white color scheme.
That power upgrade comes courtesy of the AA E9X M3 Supercharger Stage II kit as well as the titanium exhaust system supplied by Vorsteiner.
Carbon-fiber body panels fitted to the M3 here include the GTRS3 wide-body kit, a vented bonnet and boot lid.
Wheels are the 20-inch V-309 forged rims wrapped in Michelin PS2 Sport Tires - 285/25/20 and 325/25/20, front and back, respectively.
There's also a KW coil-over kit for the suspension and a Brembo GTR brake system.
Dubbed the Stringray GTR, the body kit features new bumpers, widened fenders and modified doors. Additionally, there's a new hood, extended side skirts, an aggressive diffuser and a massive rear wing. The GTR kit was created to satisfy client's requests for more aggressive and "charismatic" styling compared to the original Stingray kit.
Besides the styling enhancements, customers can order a bespoke interior and two performance packages for the Panamera Turbo. The first option enables the twin-turbo 4.8-liter V8 to produce over 600 hp (447 kW / 453 hp) thanks to a new intake manifold, a high-flow air filter and a sports exhaust system. Turning things up a notch, there's also a 700 hp (522 kW / 710 PS) package which has more "sophisticated" modifications.
Regardless of the options, the styling package is priced from €45,000 ($63,500) and production will be limited to 25 units.
German tuner Kelleners Sport has a package for the BMW 6-Series Cabriolet that includes a power boost on the 650i model.
The tuner sees no need for an aero kit on the 6-Series Cabrio but starts things off with an engine tuning on the 650i that boosts power to an output of 490 PS (360 kW), up from the series 407 PS (300 kW). Torque also rises to a maximum 720 Nm (531 lb-ft), from the standard 600 Nm (442 lb-ft).
For the new wheels, Kelleners offers a variety of 19- and 20-inch wheel/tire combinations. Rims come in either Hamburg or Berlin design with tires in dimensions ranging from 245 to 285.
On the inside, the tuner adds aluminum foot supports, pedal pads and new velour floor mats along with options for a cabin finish in leather upholstery and wood trims.