Your sports car definitely commands attention on the road, but you’ve noticed that it looks the same as most other sports cars you’ve driven past. No doubt you’re looking at different ways to change the look, without losing the appeal of your car completely, but with so many options, how can you make sure you pick the ideal products? The exact product you purchase will depend completely on the make, model, and year that your car was released, but this list can give you the basics on the top aftermarket products available for your car.
The easiest way to get a custom look to your car, is to change the rims and tires of your vehicle. Your car came with factory rims, and while you may have been able to choose from a list of rims available for your car model, it probably wasn’t very extensive. Changing a car’s rims has only recently come into popularity, but you’ll more than likely see them everywhere, though the more gimmicky rims have lost some of their audience. Choose tires and rims that fit your vehicle, since larger or smaller ones may cause performance issues. Visit a tire and rims specialist who can accurately measure which products will give your car an upgraded look and help you stand out.
Another product car owners have been gravitating toward is purchasing a replacement grille for their vehicle. There are quite a few options out there that are pre-made for owners, but you can always find a company that will customize one especially for your vehicle. Some owners opt to add special lighting into their grille, but make sure your local laws allow for it before you take the dive. If you want to keep your cars emblems, many companies offer a customized grille with a replacement emblem as well.
A simple way to upgrade your cars body, is adding a rear spoiler. While this may conjure up images of too tall spoilers seen in racing movies, there are plenty of options to give your car it’s own identity, without changing it completely. Car spoilers can be as low as you’d like them to be, and subtle as well. Most cars come with spoilers already, and you probably don’t notice them since they blend into the body style so effortlessly. If you do opt for a spoiler, make sure it’s painted the same color as your car, and have it installed professionally.
If you still want something more for your vehicle, many drivers now are changing out the factory installed seating in their cars. While not the most inexpensive choice, people who have changed their seating also found that they were less uncomfortable while driving, since the seats they chose offered better support. Nothing is worse than seeing an amazing car, and then opening the doors to finding a lackluster interior, so replacing your seats can be a first step into creating a completely new driving experience.
If these choices are a bit too much for you right now, there are a couple of simple ways to upgrade your vehicle. Tinting the windows and replacing the factory audio system are two simple and cost effective ways to instantly change your driving experience. Regardless of which route you take to making your car distinctly your own, if you start with these simple changes you’ll notice more attention on your car than on any other on the road.