Inden-Design has some experience tuning Daihatsu cars, and have included the Materia in their latest project called the ICECUBE. The modified Daihatsu features a body kit, new paint, wheels, sport exhaust system, and interior upgrades. The Materia received VIP paint in matte white, which gives the car a unique look and led the tuners to name it the ICECUBE. For the aftermarket body kit, Inden-Design left the stock front bumper, but added daytime running lights, triangular mirrors, door handles, and a carbon fiber boot lid cover to improve the aerodynamics. Also included in the kit are BBS wheels measuring 18×8.5 and 18×9.5 in the rear, with 215/35/R18 and 225/35/R18 high performance tires.
As an option, Inden Design offers a 3-part wheel assembly with high-grade steel outer frames for a hefty price of 5,800 euros. In addition to the superior rims, a high performance sports exhaust system includes a catalytic converter with dual polished tail pipes for an extra 1,198 euros. The next modification in the line up of Daihatsu Materia parts is the H&R-sport helical differential gear, which can be purchased for 780 euros.
Finally, moving to the interior you will find a new central console, door switch covering, and the entrances around the B-column lined with real carbon fiber in a silver color. Along with all theses improvements, owners of the Daihatsu Materia can order the speedometer shaft, alcantara trimmed door armrests, a high quality loudspeaker system, and lastly a Phillips DVD monitor system including navigation. The complete package from Inden-Design for the Daihatsu Materia ICECUBE costs 19,784 euros.
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