I’m finally going through my photos from Saturday’s Cars and Croissants meet at Santana Row, so be on the look out for some photos on here in a day or two. But before I post those up, I wanna get these GT Auto Concepts’ Huracan shots up first cause it was my favorite car at the event. Don’t get me wrong, I loved the P1, the 918, and a host of other cars there, but a nicely modified Lamborghini definitely gets my pick as the best.
I’ve actually seen photos of this Huracan before but it was definitely much better seeing it in person. All the extra carbon fiber and the sheer aggressiveness of this car makes it stand out from the rest.
Ryft Design wheels have been making waves on some heavy hitting cars lately.
Ever since the F82 M4 came out I’ve been in love! And even with such a new platform, there’s been a host of nicely modded examples throughout the world. One of these examples is this Studie.AG built M4 from Japan!
I can probably speak for the majority of the car community and say that the R33 GTR is probably the least favorite Skyline among us car enthusiasts. But, with some proper aftermarket help, the chunky R33 can be just as formidable as its brethrens.
This R33 is a fine example of exactly what I’m talking about.
Exterior wise, it’s got just the right amount of flair to give it that aggressive look thanks to the Auto Select treatment up front.
Them classic bronze Volk Racing TE37 always makes a statement with any car.
The rest of the car is kept relatively simple as far as exterior is concerned.
The real treat of this car is under the bonnet of course. We’re talking N1 block and Tomei internals stroked to 2.7L, and a Trust (Greddy) T88-34D turbocharger capable of 800+HPs. That’s enough ponies to move any car!
Interior wise, it’s rockin’ dual Recaro SR3 recliners, HKS and Blitz electronics, and a MOMO Jet steering wheel among other tidbits.
The WedsSport Black Blue Machine finish is one of my favorite available from any wheel manufacturer but not every car can rock this color properly. However, that it is definitely not the case here with this gorgeous Voltex STi, cause the BBM SA55Ms look amazing with Subaru’s World Rally Blue.
I gotta say, I’m pretty impressed with the details and customization on scaled models these days. You can literally build any car down to scale and have the parts and stance to go with it…… and that’s fucking awesome.
With so many 240s and 180s out there these days, it’s kinda hard to make one standout from another, unless you’re TM Car Body Shop. The Japanese tuning shop has managed to take an Origin kitted 180SX, put a host of carbon fiber add-ons with it, and made it a one of a kind RPS13.
Similar to many other Japanese tuned automobiles, this S15 is rockin’ nothing but authentic products. One quick look, and you can recognize the relatively subtle GP Sports kit throughout the whole car.
Other notable exterior components include a Silk Road diffuser, Varis carbon hood, and a Nismo wing mated to a G Corporation trunk lid.
And of course the main exterior component is a set of Prodrive GC010E wheels sized in 18×8.5 +22 and 18×9.5 +25, respectively.
Under the bonnet is a 2.2L SR20 fitted with a HKS GT-RS turbocharger producing the aforementioned 400 HPs!
Interior wise, it’s all business with Recaro RS-G SK2 and SR7-F seats as well as a MOMO/Works Bell steering unit.
Defi gauges and a Kenwood Navi also adorn the beautiful interior.