China may well be the emerging superpower of the 21st Century, but their tuning programs still have a long way to go.
A lot of thought went into the design process and manufacture of the Skodia Fabia hatchback, a car made in China by a Shanghai-VW joint venture. The same, however, can't be said for the tuning program this particular model was subjected to. Extra wings, bigger wheels, an enormous sound system, pink racing seats, air intakes all over the place and the icing on the cake: Ferrari 458-style moveable wings under the front bumper. Brilliant.
The red and white interior is just as garish with a number of large screens, pink-backed bucket seats, and striped color-changing lights attached almost at random to the door panels and boot. We can't fault their endeavour but the application leaves a lot to be desired.