There is one final ride from the King of Sedan Festival that I want to share with you. Ever since seeing the drool-inducing line up of 326 Power cars at this year Nagoya Exotic Car Showdown I have really taken a liking to their way of doing things. I knew the Hiroshima-based shop specializes on both drift and VIP cars but I had yet to see what their bippu style consisted of. This customer-owned Mazda Sentia stood out quite evidently…
…running a very aggressive stance, lowered about an inch from the ground on bronze 18-inch Work Meister M1Rs.
The rear lower suspension arms have been swapped out for extended items to obtain the controversial onikyan look. German Syron Race 1 Plus tires have been chosen to take the beating of running on a contact patch about a fourth of the actual 255-width!
Stance is everything and this thing has more than enough to offer!
So what do you guys think? It might not be functional, but that's not what it's been built for. Looks are the most important thing in the bippu world!
-Dino Dalle Carbonare