Voltex equipped Evos are cars that I will never get tired of; as long as you paint the pieces and have them fitted correctly, your car is bound to look good. Then you slap on a set of aggressively sized track wheels like Enkei RPF1s and you’ll have yourself an absolute stunner.
I absolutely love this Evo! Everything about this car just goes so well together, and the stance is just amazing…nothing too over the top, and just enough stretch. Also, the emerald green and CCW K57 just sets the car off like no other.
Featured this beautiful Evo 9 done up by my friend, Edgar, from last year on the blog but since then he has done some major changes around the car, so I thought it would be appropriate to feature this car once again. Some changes include a new front bumper, a beautiful set of CCW Classics and a fully built motor running on that delicious E85 juice. This is definitely a ‘better’ setup than before, in my opinion of course.
Saw some pictures of this sexy Evo X while browsing the web today, so I decided to share them here with you guys. The thing that stood out to me about this car is of course those eye-catching Work XD9!
Yup, another Evo equipped with some Voltex attire! This one is actually owned by a friend of mine, Roel Garza, who had previously owned a super clean, red C-West equipped Evo VIII as well. One of my favorite aspect of this car are the WedsSport SA-60 wheels that complements the Voltex exterior quite nicely.
When it comes the Evos and STis, I’ve always had a preference for them being modded extensively, with things like gigantic GT wings, big rear diffusers, and wide bodies. But needless to say, there are stock-bodied Evos and STis that can pull off that ‘wow’ factor just as well as the highly modded ones. Take this beautiful Evo 9 for example. It’s got parts like a set of Advan RS, a RallyArt lip, a Varis diffuser and other miscellaneous parts that work harmoniously together to make for a stunning car.
Here’s a nice shoot featuring two of the biggest rivals in the history of Japanese sports cars, Mitsubishi’s Evolution, and Subaru’s STi. Here, the GVB STi is rocking a simple look with the help of a set of Advan RS wheels, while the Evo X went all out with mods, which includes a full Ings +1 kit.