“Seeing other people buy their body kits and spending $20,000 on these various kits, made me just want to be more unique with the build and not run to a brand named widebody,” writes Hosein, recalling some of his early motivators for the project.
While the car has been modified in several areas, the custom widebody is the focus, and is Honsein's favorite aspect of the build.
“The biggest challenge was to figure out how to continue cutting this car and making it wider, while still keeping the stock body lines and [figure out] how to get the car as wide as I want it,” explains Hosein.
Ultimately, the father-son team overcame the aforementioned challenge by just continuing to build as they went. Hosein tells us they went in without a plan and just played it by eye to maintain the stock body lines.
At ground level, the car is outfitted with an Air Lift Performance air suspension system, which helps the widened body sit properly over the 18-inch VIP Modular VX-910 wheels. The Perrin EQL headers and up-pipe allow the engine to breathe freely through an Invidia exhaust, which sings the boxer-four's signature song. Kudos to Mohammed and his father for another unique build to add to their stable!