Two tuners, Pennzoil and RCR Street Performance Group teamed up to complete this special edition Chevrolet Camaro SS for the track. Included in the package is a new aero kit consisting of a front splitter, rear diffuser, side skirts, rear spoiler, and a carbon fiber hood. The tuning firms then decided to black out the tail lights and rear light area, redesign the front grille for a more aggressive look, and install a new set of 22-inch aftermarket wheels. Performance tuning was next on the list, and this Chevy Camaro SS went through an intensive lineup of parts.
The tuning professionals at MAGNAT, a car audio manufacturer, have released their tuned up version of the new Ford F-150. The new popular pickup underwent a total transformation and is now one of the sickest systems you can find. To start, MAGNAT improved the appearance of the rough looking Ford F-150 by installing a set of 22-inch Rockstar alloys wrapped in high speed tires from Yokohama. They also repainted the truck with a gunmetal grey finish and some MAGNAT detailing to leave their mark and much more with this F150. Now let’s move inside for more details about this one of a kind sound system.
Here is the latest project from the Hurth-based tuning specialist Sport-Wheels on the VW Golf 6 R. At first, it sounds like the modified Volkswagen Golf would only receive a new wheel package, but actually there is much more. On the exterior, the powerful new ride was fixed up with a sporty themed graphic foil for added protection from CoverEFX. The rims you see pictured are 20-inch OZ Ultraleggera HLT alloys wrapped in high performance tires. The Golfs suspension setup consists of lower springs with an adjustable high-grade steel thread chassis by KW.
Here is something you wouldn’t expect to see this soon, a Nissan GT-R R34 with a new GT-R R35 front end swapped. It’s surprising that these tuners were able to get a hold of a R35 front fascia, but then decided to swap out the stock R34 front for a new look. The Nissan wide body kit appears to have an unfinished rear end, but is most likely the first of its kind in the world of tuning cars. In my opinion the GTR R34 front end from Japan looks better than these new Nissan GTR R35 models, but what do you think? Was all this custom work worth it?
Typically golf carts are a boring and slow ride, but this tricked out Rolls-Royce Phantom golf cart is quite the opposite. Luxury Carts specializes in customizing your everyday green, black, white, or tan cart into a luxurious ride that can haul up to six people in style. It comes with 15-inch chrome wheels, leather seats, and a two-tone exterior trim resembling the Rolls-Royce Phantom with every detail. Pricing for this Luxury Carts tuning starts at € 25,000, but if you’re spending this kind of money on a custom golf cart, I think you have too much cash in your hands! However if the Rolls-Royce isn’t your style, the tuners offer several other makes and models including the Cadillac Escalade, Hummer H1 or H2, Bentley, Mercedes-Benz, and even a pick-up truck golf cart.