Mazda MX-5 Spyder
(Source: Road & Track)
2011 BMW M3: Beneath the show-purposed livery lies a completely streetable car with an MXP SP exhaust and Macht Schnell stage 2 engine package (comprising of an intake, pulley and hood scoop). The 19-in. Volk Tokyo Time Attack TE37 wheels with Yokohama Sport Advan tires, Vorsteiner body kit and ASM edition Recaro seats add just the appropriate amount of functional bling, and the Brembo GTR monoblock big brake kit and KW suspension scream canyon runs.
1990 Porsche 911 C4: Built by Illest, an apparel brand with roots in the enthusiast scene, the company worked in tandem with Rauh-Welt, a Japanese tuner based out of Japan. The crazy wide-body kit? It’s all Rauh-Welt.
D3 Cadillac CTS V Coupe: With more tire than a Z06 Corvette, D3’s version of a wide-body CTS-V coupe features a bigger supercharger, intercooler and KW coilovers.
Scion iQ MR, by Tatsunori Tsuchida of Tokyo Automotive Repair