The ultimate car styling reference.

Car styling tips

Welcome to carstylingtips.com. We track the latest styling trends from around the world and give inspiration to transform your car.

As with anything in life the more you invest the better the return. A key factor in a successful styling project is to plan. Planning and going with a theme makes a world of difference between a car that has just had parts slapped on it at random and a real show car.

We wish to thank our friends at TorqueCars for the support they have given us and for supplying images and important content for our site.

We will cover popular door conversions, bodykits, wheels, stickers, paint effects and pretty much anything styling related. We know that not all of the cars we feature will be to everyones taste just as we all wear different styles of clothing but we will vet carefully all of the cars featured and ensure that we cover as many different tastes as possible.

6 thoughts on “The ultimate car styling reference.

  1. Hello,

    Hi. Your website is awesome. Please let me know if you are supplying these kits in India. I owe a Car accessoires showroom in Vizag, India.

    Please let me know if you are interested in suppliying all these body kits, etc.

    Please revert back if you need any more details.

    Thanks and regards
    Manmohan

  2. We don’t supply or fit the parts – we are just an online magazine covering some of the hottest modded cars around.

  3. I would love to get a respray on my Mazda RX8 to give it an even more unique look and have recently seen some of the matt/silk finishes.

    The Lotus Exige Stealth shown in the Japanese Motor Show is an example of what I’d like to achieve:
    http://uk.cars.yahoo.com/21102009/36/tokyo-supercar-lotus-exige-stealth-0.html

    Would this be possible on an RX and what kind of cost do you think I would be looking at?

    Also, are there any known issues I may encounter using matt paint ? (i.e. less protection against the elements, more prone to flaking or rust..etc.)

  4. Has anybody tried to fit a wide body conversion to an aston martin db7? no need to waffle on about classic blabla, just wanna see if it’s been done or if it’s possible? like the old v8 db7 le mans…

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