Those ugly Korean cars we once used to know have come a long way and are now not only outselling the top dogs from Japan but offer better quality and an overall better bang for the buck. The older, "rather boring to look at" Kia's are out of the picture, and new "attractive" models are being produced. Many of you probably won't recognize this particular Kia since they're not sold in the states, but VIP fans back in Korea are already pushing limits and setting examples for us. This stunning Kia K7 (can't believe we're saying that!) is sitting on a set of attractive 19x9.5 and 19x10.5 set of wheels and is equipped with what appears to be air suspension. Did we ever think we would see this? No, hell no, but we sure are glad that we did. Let's hope this inspires some of you out there to not be afraid to leave your "comfort zone". As it sits now, we're far behind everyone and we gotta do something about it!
Not only are working with what we like to call "endless dish" here, but those step lips and the extremely stretched tires look freaking awesome. Our favorite shot is the second image down, certainly makes us want to get out to our garage and work on our rides! Props to Germany for doing it right.
Rotiform just posted a couple shots of this awesome E46 belonging to Brian out of Virginia, and we are absolutely in love! Not that there is anything wrong with E46's on CCW's & BBS's, but it's definitely good to see them with something else, just as proper. This is the very first BMW rocking the SJC's, and we have a feeling that it won't be last! Big props to Brian as well as Rotiform for doing it right.
Starting the day off right is our good friends and NEW official photographer of Stance Nation, Kurezou's Toyota Crown that's been touched in every possible way (no pun intended). New coilover setup, sitting on 18" Volk TE37's wrapped in 215/35/18's, this "VIP inspired" ride rolls with some of the finest VIP rides in Japan out there, but at the same time sets its self apart in a way by not following the typical VIP wheel fitment. We'd like to thank T-1 Simulation, Garage D-Friends and obviously Kurezou himsefl!