Car modifications and customisation has been an ongoing thing for decades and have grown increasingly more popular with time, but like fashion, trends come and go. but there are some car trends that seemed to have never died off and here they are:
- Sance - Slamming your car down low and pushing up that negative camber was derived from racecars who keep their centre of gravity as low as possible, and use negative camber to aid in their handling and drivability. On streetcars, it's all about looks and most of the time these adjustments are quite exaggerated, but it has been a trend for years and still never fails to grab attention.
- Underglow - This one reached its peak in popularity in the late 1990s and early 2000s, then took a dip, but now is back with a bang.
- Vinyl Wrapping - Fully wrapping your car in vinyl has been around for years and although it wasn't always so available and cheap, it was still a really popular mod. In today's time, there are hundreds of businesses that specialise in just wrapping cars as it has become more popular than ever and the benefits of it just make practical sense.
- Low riders - Low riders have been a popular modding style since the 1940s and reached its peak in the 1970s and 1980s, but now that those classic American rides are increasing in value, low riders are becoming more popular than ever.
- Bosozoku - You probably have either never heard of the Bosozoku trend or only found out about it fairly recently, but in Japan, they have been around longer than you can imagine. Although the trend is not to everyone's taste, with the help of sharing ideas online, the Bosozoku trend is climbing in popularity worldwide.
Take a look at the video below by the YouTube channel: Bladed Angel on 5 Car Trends That Didn't Die Off...
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