Even though this project is their first work, the results have succeeded in making the Tesla Model S appear more eye-catching.
Uniquely, the Tesla Model S, which incidentally is an electric car originally from the United States, is actually attracted to the JDM concept.
Call it a patch of thin lips spoiler under the front bumper, side skirts, and a simple ducktail on the trunk door.
Turning to the rear, the curve of the bumper feels fuller with a fin-accented diffuser-style supply.
In addition to the minimalist body changes, other things that are given can be seen from the sector of the legs which are formulated to be shorter than standard.
The support of this electric car is escorted by the KW alert DCC coilover setup which is equipped with a Hydraulic Lift System system.
To make the JDM aura even more pronounced, the legendary 6-spoke model rims are never mistaken in black on all four corners of the wheels.
The rims used are of course the Volk Racing TE37 Ultra in size 20×9 inches at the front and 20×10 inches at the rear.
Then this rim is wrapped in rubber tires made by Nitto NT05 size 255/35 front, while the rear uses 275/35.
The braking system has also been upgraded using the TDG Ultradisc Rotor with Project U Racer brake pads.