I was invited by Chan, introduce by Peter Eirene to his Chan Brothers’ workshop to review the modified, VIP style Perodua Myvi Style that belonged to Jazz Fong and there was photography session from Bruce Wayne as well.
I don’t usually review modified car but this would be the first modified VIP style car review I made.
This VIP Style Perodua Myvi style was modified countless of time to transform into this appearance. The car won several prize in competitions, and constantly invited for photography session with beautiful models.
The car was only modified for the appearance enhancement purposes, the engine and performance remains stock.
The car interior was crafted in fine, luxury VIP car style and coated with white paint as finishing:
The white theme combined together with blue LED stripes further redefined the VIP interior style. The LED stripes were carefully installed around the car’s interior. When I get in the car, I feel like I enter into spaceship rather than a Perodua Myvi.
The VIP style dashboard come with 2 wines glasses holder, coated with diamonds frames.
The gear knob coated with diamonds, typical VIP style that is good for display, but not for practical use. There are 2 dails meters that actually show the suspension pressure in the tank, that installed at the boot of the car.
Not to mention, there are more than 10 LCDs installed in the car even in the boot.
The car seats make look fantastic, and equipped with LEDs but it doesn’t nice to sit anyhow:
Not to forget the doors come with LED projector, that bring the car to the new level of appearance:
Enough of the interior, now let’s us move to the exterior of the car. Technically the whole car was modified with additional skirting, bumpers.
There are twin mufflers installed into this Perodua Myvi as well. No performance boost up, but just for appearance 🙂
This heavily modified Perodua Myvi equipped with 4 projectors in a single headlamp, symbolize a aggressive spider eyes that are preying their victim!
The car running with big, 17 inch low profile sporty wheels. Its going to be a bumpy ride for this Myvi.
Overall, the car is stunning for its VIP style, but definitely not practical for usual driving purpose due to solid seats and bumpy ride of the car.
The photo shooting of the car in the Chan Brothers workshop is whole new experience for me and I am glad I am able to works together with them.
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