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.
Drift pig that is. This car caught my eye for a couple reasons. Firstly its owned by a Japanese drift and was built just for that reason, to drift. Secondly, the Ferrari 456 was one of those odd exotic cars that I grew up loving. A big car by Ferrari’s standard yet still a performer. It still is hard to get used to seeing Bride’s in a Ferrari, but function>form in this case. I really want to see how this car does sideways. Such a different beast all together. The question is, how much is this expensive exotic going to be beat. We shall see.
We saw this S15 back in January at the TAS where it made it’s fame. Now it has a small but significant change, so I thought I’d share it. It is now sitting on a set of 15” Work CR01’s.
Just a heads up, FINALLY got my new DSRL today, so from now on show coverage will be MUCH better. I will also be doing photoshoots as soon as I get the camera down. Good things to come!
So this was the first car that stood out to me in the sea of cars at the show. Its a Nissan S15 built by Supermade. If you follow some of Supermade’s cars they tend to build crazy drift cars with huge wheels. This car went in a very different direction sporting 15inch (yes, 15) Work Equip’s slammed with carbon fiber diffusers around the entire car. Looks great with the widebody. They took a chance with the styling and it just really seems to work.
Hopefully I will have more cars to show but it seems there hasn’t been a lot of show coverage. If any one reads this and has some type of hookup to go to this show next year, I’m willing to work my butt of to get there!
Enjoy the car.
thanks to speedhunters and fatlace for the pictures