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What defines the eurostyle modified car

21 June 2010 19 Comments

“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.
Wide rims.
And luxurious interior with raceseats or modded seats, all in Alcantara, leather.


19 Comments »

  • Angelo said:

    The beetle is a bit overboard tho…but nothing better than a euro corsa!
    =)

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  • Blair (author) said:

    Hey Angi, ye the beetle is abit hectic. But look its on full slicks. :D
    My favourite personally is the Volkswagen Jetta M2 on those super hot BBS rims!

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  • Graham said:

    This is the type of information that should be shared around the web. Shame on the search engines for not positioning this post higher!

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  • Dr-AG said:

    Some cool looking cars

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  • Simonn said:

    Sweet Vdubs
    That beetles back camber is way out!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  • Zelaac said:

    Cant I just buy one ready made ;)

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  • steersy said:

    Does anybody know what rims are on that corsa or how much it lowered by got a corsa myself and think i’m going for the “euro” look would love to know what those wheels are if anyone can reply :) cheers

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    Blair Reply:

    Hey Steersy, which Corsa are you talking about?
    the one at the top or the Corsa C shape?
    I think the Corsa C (blue one) is a cup wheel.. but not 100% sure

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    Asley Reply:

    The wheels on the ultrablue corsa c are the schmidt th lines. very popular(and sexy) euro style wheels! Pricey though, prices start at about £800 for a set!!! and thats if youre lucky!

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  • matt said:

    anyone know the wheels that are on the ultra blue corsa c ? cheers

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    Blair Reply:

    Hey Matt
    the wheels are the schmidt th lines
    but as Asley states they are very expensive and i don’t think we get them in South Africa though

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    Blair Reply:

    I think ATS Cup wheels could also look very cool

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    Asley Reply:

    Ats cups look gorgeous on an ultrablue corsa! I would go for them, but in my opinion they have been done plenty of times! Not ridiculously expensive either for how nice they are though!

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  • ukrain said:

    crazy
    the best

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  • Corsa-c said:

    You’ve Forgot STicker Bomb!!!!!!!!!!!

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  • Preego said:

    Well The Beetle Is Way Out People..But Then The Golf Looks Hot ..Fresh En Sexy!

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  • mervin said:

    any pics on Corsa utility? want to see some nice Ute pics. Got 2008 1.4i ute. want to give it a 40mm drop but scared its gonna be a too hard drive. any coments>

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  • mervin said:

    gota 2008 corsa ute. want to give it a 40mm drop but scared the ride will be too hard. is there really a diference between Koenic and Eibach accept for the price?

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  • v-dub-lover said:

    what are the wheels on the crazy beetle?

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