This aero body kit from Power House Amuse was used on the GT1 time attack car. The body kit adds to the front 100mm in width (50mm on each side) and 80mm to the rear (40mm on each side).
The in car entertainment system features Scosche Audio which includes two 12-inch subwoofers, two amps and 6 components speakers.
Riding on one-piece cast aluminum WORK Emotion 11R wheels, the custom Honda s2000 features GT1 wide body kit, which includes front bumper, front fender, side skirts, rear bumper, rear diffuser and rear fender.
In addition, the custom S2000 is equipped with APR Performance GTC-300 adjustable wing, GT3 mirrors, carbon fiber front wind splitter/undertray and front bumper canards.
"This feels extremely hot," said Yuki Fukuda, sporting a black wool hat. "But style is more important to me. I go to great pains to wear the hat fashionably."
It is available from today, June 18, in conjunction with the 86 on-sale date.
The package is designed to reduce aerodynamic drag and increase downforce for greater handling stability, while maintaining the vehicle's wind-cheating 0.27 drag coefficient.
The Japan EV Club and Takano have started selling an assembly kit for Jamais Contente Homage II, a micro electric vehicle for educational use. This vehicle, which was built to honor the original jamme-contant, an electric vehicle that set the world's first speed record of 100km per hour in 1899. The jamme-contant Homage II was developed as a mass production version of the prototype model.
"We call this product the 'Mobile House Kit' -- the name says it all. It's easy to transport, and can be taken apart and reassembled to create a house on the spot. When you have finished using it, you take it apart, load it on a truck and take it away.
Discover Music Lover’s Kit MK200. Its Sony Monitor Headphones MH830 deliver powerful, high quality sound and are now enhanced with a handy call-handling remote. And you can share your favourite mobile music with friends and loved ones. By simply connecting the Sony Ericsson Music Cable MC100 to your home stereo. Wow!