The Hyundai Accent, or Verna in some countries, is so far one of the freshest and newest-looking subcompact cars in the country. So even in stock form, it tends to be more of a head-turner compared those from other makes in its class.
Now what most other people would do, if they had a budget beyond the price range of the Accent, is to get a car in the next class. But then serious car enthusiasts who just wouldn’t accept stock will almost always pick a car that fits their budget, plus modifications.
If that’s your kind of thing, then you should take notes from this feature. A flashy Hyundai Accent, plus extra budget, equals a car that in one form or another, is more stunning than yours.
“Simple, Clean, but with Moar Low” is the name of the game. And how else can you go lower and still be driveable than to go with air suspension. This car has exactly that. No fancy body kit, no obnoxious aero, no massive iPad-sized wheel lips. Just the clean standard body lines with a simple rubber lip, white paint, no tint, clean wheels with mild stretch, a functional roof rack for the biking and surfing fanatic, and of course, a drop… Lots of it! Which you can lift at will. Isn’t that nice?
Here’s another look, as featured in the recent Wheels & Machines car show. What do you think guys? If you had the extra budget, would you go for a Body Kit or Air Suspension? Share your thoughts in the comments!
Here’s our video coverage of Wheels & Machines. If you want to see the air suspension in action, go straight to 1:08 on the video.
Hope you guys enjoyed this feature. Next we’ll be featuring this “Rat Rod” Toyota bB. Stay tuned for that!