Having bought your new (or not too new) car, it's time to begin contemplating adding a few modifications. I've assembled a listing of my favourite car modifications to provide you with a little bit of inspiration.
1. Window Tint
Window tint looks great from Fiesta and you can find DIY tint kits for around GBP30. Make your car actually stick out by opting for a siver coloured tint such as the blue tint below or alloy wheel refurbishment Stevenage mirrored.
2. Alloy wheels
Maybe you have seen a decent altered auto running on conventional steel wheels? No, me neither, and that's the reason why I Have set alloy wheels 2 nd in our list. You're likely to need to cut down on treats for the girlfriend for some months though as alloy wheels (and the tyres you will need on them) do not come cheap. Expect to pay anywhere from approximately GBP300 to get a simple set with tyress.
You have got your automobile looking all nice, but you can't have it sounding like a shopping trolley. So next on our listing of top changes is a new exhaust. These range from only a back-box to give your car a small growl, to an entire exhaust system to increase performance and give your car that sporty sound. Costs for exhaust back-boxes start at around GBP50.
4. Lexus lights
It seemed at one point several years ago, that every other car you passed had a set of Lexus lights appearing tacky in certain cases to be honest. Jointly with other changes I think they will surely look fine, I personally favor the Lexus lights having a darker backing (see picture below) rather than the silver backed lights with looked a bit stuck on. Should you not want to fork out on a new set of lights another thing you can try is some tail light you'll undoubtedly get a unique appearance.
5. Painted brake callipers
I drive a Skoda Octavia VRS, plus among the things I still enjoy most about it is its green brake callipers (sad I know). This will only work in the event you have got a set of wide discussed alloys, but it'll give your car that sporty look that is definite. Brake calliper paint is available as either a spray can or a pot of paint. You will likely have to take your wheels away to use it.