KIA SHOWS ITS FORTE
and off-road shocks, along with skid plates and differential cover from Ford Performance.
There’s a winch in the front bumper from Warn Ascent plus a snorkel to help with river runs. The tub accommodates a Slim Shady awning and the Base Camp sits on 18-inch black wheels with silver and orange highlights.
The Project Clubsport 23 shows how owners of older 370Z cars can transform them into custom machines using parts from the Nissan Motorsports and aftermarket catalogues. The original 3.7-litre V6 is swapped out for a new 3.0-litre twin-turbo, with bespoke steering, suspension and brakes. A customised body covers the upgrades, along with a roll cage and “gloss burnt orange” wrap.
The car sitting alongside the 370Z was a Nissan Kicks that goes a long way to breaking the sound barrier.
The car uses Bose speakers mounted in and under the vehicle, including a pair inside the driver’s head rest, three 1100W subwoofers and a configurable amp. The custom-built rear drawer opens to reveal a professional DJ deck, with a Pioneer mixer.
VW rolled out three versions of its featured Jetta. The Air Design USA Jetta SEL was inspired by Jetta and Golf accessories from the 1980s and ’90s and rides on 19-inch Hockenheim wheels supported by Eibach progressive rate lowering springs.
The body kit with rear lip spoiler is highlighted by tricolour graphics and a custom cognac and black interior. A VW Accessories bike rack is mounted on the roof.
“Air Design’s first styling kits were developed for the Jetta Mark 2 and Jetta Mark 3 and have been part of the Volkswagen Euro-tuning cult, with a legion of dedicated fans throughout the world,” says spokeswoman Mariana Lopez.