I gotta say, I am really digging what Vossen is doing. They have a awesome selection of wheels and at pretty good price points. What they are knocking out the park is the way they display their products. There aren’t many over the top builds rocking Vossen wheels. Most of them are simple and elegant, and most importantly it’s cars that people can relate to. They see a car like an Infiniti G35 sitting on a dope set of Vossen’s accompanied with some air ride and you have an audience that see’s a car that they can build fairly easily. Heck I never thought about buying a 4-door G35 until I saw a white one slammed on 20’s. And now with their precision series your going to see even more expansion. Going over some pictures from TAS I saw they had a booth with some awesome demo cars. Keep doing what your doing Vossen. Mad props.
Hello all!! A few small changes for the coming new year for the blog! Firstly It has been re-named True Driving, as this is our brand and we’d like to consolidate names to bring less confusion to our viewers. I really like to thank everyone who has followed and still follows this blog. The content will still be exactly the same, and it is still written by the same person, it is simply just a name change.
It has been an amazing year, filled with ups and downs, and I am extremely grateful for everyone that I have spent it with and everyone I have met. There are some awesome people in this community and I thank God for each of them and what they have contributed to it. 2013 will be another amazing, and exhausting year that will be filled with surprises and new ideas. I really cant wait to show you guys what we have in store and to see what everyone else bring to the table. I love to see when everyone steps their game up. It’s all about the friendly competition that keeps us building.
FYI – we still own the tunedmotion.com domain, and it will link to the same blog if it’s typed in. No worries!
Have an awesome new year and stay safe!
Sometimes I really don’t get executive decisions made by major car companies. I guess we never really see the whole story, but there are always cars that are made, but never sold in the states. Cars that we would go absolutely crazy over. Car that WE DO go crazy over, and beg manufacturers to bring them to this country by creating threads on forums with hopes that someone, anyone would actually see that the car is actually wanted. Sure we look over the millions of dollars in crash test’s and so on, as well as the loss on sales of other cars, but isn’t the end all to make money? I digress. The car I am speaking of this time is the 2013 Toyota Mark X. Yes, it sure does look the same size of the Camry, but it looks 1000x’s better then any current Toyota (possibly excluding the FRS). Heck, throw on a set of wheels and a drop, and you have a serious head turner/daily driver. So toyota, WHY?