The Nissan GT-R is something of a legend and it looks like this is the last facelift for the current generation of the Godzilla. The GT-R has had certain upgrades dedicated to it every year, and last year was the fine tuning for the "GT" over the "R", meaning that the both the speed and stability benefited from tweaking the suspension. We saw adaptive LED headlights and a slew of new exterior and interior colors, most befitting for the legend.
So what can we expect for the 2016 model? You will see bespoke Bilstein DampTronic shock absorbers. custom springs, Dunlop exclusive tires, and an updated suspension. After this generation, we may see a hybrid GT-R in 2017/2018 with an electric motor.
Everyone knows that HID and LED are the future and if your car doesn’t come standard with these luxuries, then aftermarket is the way to go. These are 10W high power CREE LED Fog Lamps that has a specially designed diffusion mirror in front of the LED bulb that reflects light directly to the stock lamp’s reflector. Think of this as the same concept as shining a flashlight into the mirror and seeing the light output reflected back super bright.
The new Honda Civic Type R has been spotted doing extensive testing and in super incognito wrap as well. You can’t see much under all of that camouflage wrap, except for some red brake calipers that look like it’s from Brembo and some pretty bad-ass red bucket seats. Honda has recently released a press statement stating that this Type R model will be the fastest one that has ever been made.
Honda concept cars have always looked the same as the ones that roll off the production line, so except the models out in 2015 to look the same.
The Hella Style LED daytime running lights are a great accent to add onto your vehicle. The best part about having LEDayFlex DRL is that they are universal fit so you don’t have to worry about fitment issues. The individual LED bulbs make it extremely easy for you to install these daytime running lights however you like. Unlike other set LED daytime running light designs, the LEDayFlex DRL is all about you and your creation.
Over the past year, the new Audi Q3 has been spotted doing some testing, but it’s been heavily protected by some pretty hardcore camouflage. Audi fans have been patiently anticipating the unveiling of the new Q3’s headlights and taillights and it seems that there will be a high end xenon plus system loaded with beautiful touches of LED. The rear just exudes freshness as the graphics are much more deep and thoughtful than the past. There has not been a prototype with halogen, so it’s believed that it’s been dropped from the line. It seems that Audi is just tacking on quality on top of quality from now on into the future.
The Q3 is designed for the urbanite in mind so factors like fuel consumption is extremely important. Buyers will be offered high end features like intelligent cruise control, lane watch, and park assist. This bodes well for drivers who can’t seem to get the parallel parking down to a tee.