In the world of tuning where companies just slap on random bodykits and wheels to cars, Japan’s Kuhl Racing is a welcome relief.
Earlier in the year, the company released what is arguably the craziest R35-generation Nissan GT-R ever conceived. While its chrome gold finish was a bit on the overkill side, its bespoke bodykit was a rolling work of art, incorporating a fascinating hand-engraved design.
Fast forward nine months and Kuhl is back at it with another Japanese favorite, the Toyota 86.
Like its GT-R sibling, the rear-drive sports car has been fitted with a bespoke widebody kit. It incorporates both flared wheel arches at the front and rear, distinctive side skirts and a custom front fascia with a new grille, bespoke fog lights and different cooling ducts.
At the rear, Kuhl’s kit includes a carbon fiber wing, a new bumper/diffuser package and a titanium exhaust system, inspired by company’s exhaust for the GT-R.
To finish off the design, a complex pattern has been painted across the hood in conjunction with the candy apple red paint.