Bangkok International Auto Salon 2013 Photo Coverage // Part 3
Third installment of our Bangkok International Auto Salon (BIAS) 2013 photo coverage. Be sure to check out Part 1 and Part 2 if you haven’t. On the cover of this post we have a striking yellow Z4 wearing Prodrive wheels and a stunning set of Rowen bodykit. Originated from Japan, I love Rowen’s wild and creative approaches on the Euro coupe. Fresh and daring, I shall say, compared to the Euro tuners.
The Nur24h Racing GT86 by Gazoo Racing, which was debuted at 2012 ADAC 24 Hours Nürburgring race.
Work wheel’s RWB demo car. Quite a few of the Thailand RWB’s are wearing their step-lipped wheels.
An R32 at the car show area wearing Rays RE30’s.
Vendors were offering special prices during the BIAS 2013. Too bad our luggage wouldn’t be able to fit these gems.
BMW showcased its M Performance aftermarket parts on this aggressive F30.
Sooper Workshop’s demo car. They’re a MINI specialist tuner based in Thailand.
I wouldn’t mind having this in my living room.
Classy. Sporty. Upscale. TechArt’s Boxster was impressive from every angle.
Marche BRZ from Japan, sporting Endless big brakes and the ever-so-popular TE37’s.
I’ve seen plenty of nice black on black cars, yet I’m pretty sure not many can beat this RWB’s hotness on the scale.
Even grey looks stunning given Nakai-san’s personal touches on this Targa.
If you haven’t noticed, most of these RWB’s have unique names given to them, often reflecting the car’s personality. I’m guessing the Painkiller would be the perfect medication for mending weekday headaches.
Caractere’s Cayenne. The Belgian company is surely an expert in creating unique looks for VAG cars.
A properly built RX-7 at the car show area. Despite my current love for Euros, cars like these reminded me of the youthful JDM-fan in me.
That’s all for part 3. I’ll post some more in case Charles still has some pics off his hard drive. Also check out the short clip if you haven’t seen it.
Automotive Photographer based in Jakarta and Singapore.