By Mahir Majid
Spoilers, skirts, bumpers, body-kits, alloys etc. There are tons of products available in the market to personalize your car. Some enhance the looks of the cars others just destroy the car and what it stands for.
Some auto parts store recently introduced a body kit for the Nissan Micra
(known as Nissan March) in Thailand. Now you really don’t have to be Dominic Toretto or Brian O’Conner to say that the kit isn’t doing any justice to the car.
It feels as if some 16 year old woke up one morning and thought, how do I make my Nissan Micra more interesting and have something to show off when I take my mates for an outing? Turns out the guy was seriously out of ideas and he stuck something on the front bumper and thought it looked cool so did it all round the car.
You see these disasters all the time on the roads and the only thought is what was the guy thinking while getting the body-kit bolted on? Out of the tons of equipment you can possibly add to make a car more interesting like a new color scheme or two tone interiors or an upgraded ICE or a turbo charger or two, how can you pick up the most wrong kind of equipment and say look I have a modified Nissan Micra!
There are some cars that can do well with the most outrageous body kits like the Mitsubishi Lancer
or the Honda City but there are some like the Micra which just can’t carry it off. It’s a cute curvy city car! Why not leave it the way it’s meant to be. It’s like putting an English bulldog’s collar on a cute little Chihuahua.
Source - Autospinn