This is the stunning GBR – the German built roadster. It really does show that car companies can turn out models with a very high standard of finish with traditional craftsmen rather than robots. This German Built Roadster has plenty to offer the keen driver and really is a stunning style statement literally giving the best of both worlds. Continue reading The stunning German Built Roadster (GBR) →
The two pictures today contrast nicely between a nicely chrome finished Mini One and one with a custom grill. Pysically there is little different between these two cars but the subtle styling changes really does create a unique custom look. Continue reading Mini One grill styling →
Carbon fibre bonnets look cool and have weight saving advantages. Many styles are not available with various vents and recesses. This Focus looks stunning in black with its front vented, carbon fibre bonnet. Continue reading Ford focus carbon fibre bonnet →
This Awesome purple Calibra has had extensive work done to it. It boasts a full Irmscher bodykit, custom rear light conversion and airbag suspension. Continue reading Irmscher Vauxhall Calibra bodykit →
One of my favourite colours for a car is black. Unfortunately black does tend to show up every speck of dirt but, as this photograph shows it looks stunning when clean. This Toyota Supra has had a full body kit and large stainless steel exhaust fitted. Continue reading Photograph of an import Supra →
Ferrari really know how to make a stylish car and its details like these mirrors that finish it off. The mirro has very narrow aerodynamic arms and the F430 logo etched into the rear of them. Continue reading Ferrari F430 wing mirrors →
We loved the Mk3 Golf when it first came out. Since the MK4 and 5 we still look back on the Mk3 with a nostalgic eye. Continue reading Stylish Yellow Mk3 VW Golf →
Look at the massive 20 inch rims, the vented wings and the subtle flared arches. We always say the ultimate car styling project hides the original identity of the car and the owner creates something unique so here it is. What car was this originally?
This Corsa is somewhat amazing. Not only does it have a wide bodykit and beautiful alloy wheels but the paint job is simply stunning. It is best described as a walnut effect finish giving the impression of wood from a distance.
Continue reading Wide Corsa Bodykit with alloys and custom paint. →
Who says that bonnets have to be hinged at the front or back. This enterprising Fiat Punto owner has taken an angle grinder to his bonnet to produce a really cool split opening bonnet. Continue reading Awesome Fiat Punto split opening bonnet →
The S2000 is one of Hondas greatest cars. The 2000cc engine sets a new benchmark in NASP egnine tuning for production cars. Continue reading Honda S2000 carbon fibre bodykit →
When it comes to way out car styling then this batmobile has to rate pretty high up. You will note the dull silk paint finish and sheer scale of the car. Continue reading Batmobile car styling →
Today we feature another of the amazing drift cars from GDA sports cars.
This Nissan Skyline styling has quite a few elements we can seek inspiration from.
The lower portion of the car has been kept black, the base colour of white Continue reading Drift Nissan Skyline →
This BMW has a top quality carbon fibre bonnet. Notice the clear carbon fibre weave which does not fade or swerve. There is a deep gel coat as well helping to preserve the sheen and finish. Carbon fibre comes in a number of different grades. Continue reading High quality BMW carbon fibre bonnet →
For the next few days we’ll be looking at the real custom car scene and examining some interesting conversions on classic cars. We love the colour scheme on this custom car, a clever cut away on the engine Continue reading Custom classics with a modern twist →
When styling a car you need to look at it as a whole. Even items like alloy wheels should fit the arches nicely and blend in with the colours used on the rest of the site. Continue reading Honda Civic styling, alloys and black stripes →
The Ford Mustang is THE definitive classic american Muscle car, ever since Eleanore appeared in Gone in 60 seconds we have seen many copies and replicas of this car. This Mustang has been fitted with some stunning styling parts from Cervinis, a high quality aftermarket car styling supplier. Continue reading Ford Mustang Bodykit in the style of Eleanore. →
One of the most outlandish cars to come from the VAG workshops has to be the Bugatti Veyron. A positive giant in terms of power and road presence. The centrally mounted rear exhaust, quad rear lights and a very handy rear spoiler which retracts that also doubles up as an air brake. Continue reading Bugatti Veyron rear styling →
This saxo interior is probably one of the most radical we have ever seen. The driver now sits in the middle. An organic “alien” paint job completes this positively space age makover. The car is fully functional and has an awesome ICE install. Check out the 6 screens in front of the driver and there are more speakers than the average Microsoft conference!
Continue reading Saxo interior styling. →
If you get fed with your car you can always disguise it and make it look like another car. This MK2 Golf, fitted with a VR6 engine, has been transformed into a BMW! Continue reading Mk2 Golf VR6 →