The GTR is a stunning car, which set new benchmarks in terms of performance. One of the most outstanding features of the car is the engine and the power it generates. Although the engine is usually hidden away Nissan has certainly paid a lot of attention to making it look nice. Continue reading Nissan GTR engine styling
The Nissan Skyline is known for its power. This photograph shows a top mounted intercooler and some engine bay styling features.
Wheras in times gone bye the engine bay was a mass of metal grease and oil and actually looked like an engine, we now have the arrival of plastic engine covers. Most manufacturers now install them and they serve a two fold purpose. Continue reading Plastic engine covers
This is a closer look at the engine bay of the roadster we featured a little while back. It shows just what can be done to an engine bay. If you thought engines had to be grey and covered with oil and grease then think again. Continue reading Engine styling with chrome.
Roadster/Street rods are a fantastic genre of car and custom roadsters epitomise the ultimate in showy, fun summer transportation. The style is typified with an open engine bay, plenty of chrome on show and all packed into an old chassis. Continue reading Classic blue Blown Roadster/Street rod
Hows this then for a styled engine bay. Chrome and metal has been used to great effect. There is a lso a custom paint effect on the inner body areas and on some of the engine components. Continue reading Chrome engine bay styling.
Another owner has gone with a simple colour scheme in his engine. A combination of blue silicone hoses, metallic finishes and red HT leads help to differentiate the many engine components. Continue reading Blue silicone engine styling hoses
Why bother even painting your engine when you can have it gold plated. This Nissan Almera owner has had the head of his engine plated with 23.5 Carat Gold. Gold is corrosion resistant and actually pretty easy to keep clean. Continue reading Gold plated Nissan Almera engine