- The Bronx
Once Japan figure a way to make EVs as interesting as Kei cars, it won't be(boring).
Car tuning (especially visual tuning) is becoming less and less popular, instead of performance and the ability to develop greater speed in the mainstream of automotive priority is becoming ECOLOGY AND SAFETY
It's funny, I was talking to a guy the other day who has been tuning his cars since the 1990s in what we'd call in the UK the "Max Power" era, because of the enormously popular tuning magazine around at the time.The aftermarket world for car tuning doesn't seem to be dying in terms of popularity, either. Never seen so many new cars entering the fray of 1,000-3,500Hp monsters, many being these already expensive Huracans, 911 Turbos, & McLaren Super Series models . I suspect many shops are already looking at the new Artura (since it's the future of the Sports Series) & waiting to modify it.