Wekfest Japan 15′: Onevia Spotlight

So Wekfest Japan just went down last weekend and I’ve been keeping a close eye on all the coverage coming through. Needless to say, I wasn’t very impress with the showing this year. As I mentioned in previous posts, I think the Japanese tuning scene, with the exception of shop cars, have been leaning heavily towards an American approach to tuning. They put so much emphasis on “stance” these days, that sometimes they go overboard and completely wreck the look of a car. With that said though, it doesn’t mean every car can’t pull off an insane stance…..Take this Onevia for instance, you can’t pull off this kinda look with just any car…

Photos by Yoshitaka Kato via FLICKR



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Out of all the cars I’ve seen from Wekfest Japan, I’d have to say this is my favorite.

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I love that they opted for the 180 front end and mounted a custom splitter on it. Clean, aggressive, and unique!

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The footwork is pretty impressive as well with them super aggressive Work MS1.

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Under the hood is equally impressive as the exterior.

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