26 Sep 2011 | Foreign News : Malaysia
Being developed based on the Daihatsu Sirion and the Toyota Passo, the Myvi Wolfrace Design Concept sports a fierce look with a range of aftermarket accessories.
In penetrating the competitive UK car market, Perodua has cooperated with the local tuner Wolfrace. The fruit of the cooperation is a sport super-mini hatchback called Myvi Wolfrace Design Concept. The car is basically developed from the combination of the Daihatsu Sirion and the Toyota Passo. In Wolfrace's hands, however, the car becomes fiercer than its original.
For improving the car's competitive edge, Wolfrace adorns it with black polished 16-inch alloy wheels wrapped in low profile Falken tires, new graphics on the body, contrasting red tailgate spoiler and mirrors, tinted windows, and a twin chrome exhaust. Wolfrace also lowers the suspension with Eibach springs to improve the car's stance as well as its handling.
Inside, Wolfrace fits the Myvi with a combination of leather and Alcantara for the seats, as well as a high-end Vibe audio upgrade, which includes bass enclosure. Perodua plans to sell the Myvi Wolfrace Design Concept in the UK market in the beginning of October 2011. (sgcarmart)
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