What defines the eurostyle modified car
“Euro” is a word used to describe the way in which many modified cars are styled in certain countries such as; Germany, France and Italy.
Wide wheels, loads of lip and warped-in, stretched tyres.
Any car can be modified to have the ‘Euro’ style. There is no need to have a car that is actually manufactured in Europe. The vehicle does, however, need to be very low, proper stretched tyres, attention to all details on the car, one off wheels, some times a wider stance, lots of smoothed or ‘cleaned’ bodywork e.g. removing handles and lines from the car and one off paint.
Euro style cars are built in accordance with the following guidelines:
Very deep, often with a coilover suspension, perhaps an air suspension.
The original lines of the car should be maintained.
No extreme bodykit / spoiler.
Tuning-parts near mint condition or modified stock parts (smoothed)
Body clean (locks, washer nozzles, etc.)
As for rims, there are 3 possibilities:
Modified, original rims other car models or other manufacturers.
Small rims with a lot of deep-bed.
And luxurious interior with raceseats or modded seats, all in Alcantara, leather.