Features Rav4 body kit
- Custom designed for your vehicle
- Gives your automobile a unique look
- Enhances vehicle aerodynamics
- Made from sturdy materials to last
- Intended for off-road use only
Details Rav4 body kit
Like TRD, Modellista is Toyota’s Rav4 body kit in-house modification department, but it focuses on visual customisation rather than performance upgrades Toyota Malaysia has recently unveiled a new ‘Aero body kit’ for the Rav4 body kit.
Built by Modellista, Rav4 body kit in-house tuning shop, the mod job focuses solely on aesthetic. No changes have been made to the mechanicals of the car.
The Rav4 body kit adds a lot of sporty details to the already sharp look of the original. At the front, we see the addition of a new front bumper, with a lip spoiler and new LED DRLs at the bottom portion. At the side, there is a muscular-looking side skirt as well.
The rear portion of the car gets a slightly redesigned bumper with sporty-looking rear spats. Other than that, there is a pre-selected body kit package, called ‘Cool Shine kit’, which can be bought combined or separately with the ‘aero kit’. It includes front grille garnish, headlamp garnish, garnish, and 19-inch aluminium wheels with 10-spoke design and dual-tone finish.
Toyota RAV4 Modellista Rav4 body kit were introduced for the Malaysian market, via Toyota’s Wing Hin dealership in Balakong.
Toyota RAV4 was launched in Malaysia at a starting price of RM 196,500 (roughly equivalent to Rs. 35 lakh). It has a lot of equipment on offer to justify its high price tag. It gets a 7-inch touchscreen infotainment system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto connectivity, and a 360-degree camera.
Apart from that, you get Collision prevention system, Lane Keep Assist, Dynamic Cruise Control, and seven airbags. It is available with two engine options. The first one is a 2.0-litre, naturally aspirated, inline-4 petrol engine, with 173 PS and 207 Nm.
This motor comes mated to a CVT. The other engine option is a 2.5-litre, naturally aspirated, inline-4 petrol engine, which generates 207 PS and 243 Nm. It is paired with an 8-speed automatic gearbox. Both the models come with paddle shifters behind the steering wheels, along with three driving modes – Normal, Eco, and Sport.
Modellista also offers an off-road spec body kit for the RAV4, called JAOS, in Japan. This kit adds a new front bumper with a protective bar, front bash plate, nose protector, side body protector, and pillar protector for the C-pillar.
There is a set of 20-inch, dual-tone aluminium wheels on offer as well. Overall, this body kit looks brilliantly amazing, adding a rugged look to Toyota’s best-selling SUV.
Recently, a new spy shot of the upcoming Tata HBX has been doing rounds online, in which the front-end of the mini-SUV is visible Tata Motors has a busy launch schedule next year, with vehicles like the Gravitas and HBX lined-up for the Indian market, along with new variants of their existing cars, like Altroz turbo and Altroz EV.
The homegrown manufacturer has been road testing the Gravitas and HBX for quite a while now, and plenty of spy pictures of these two have been floating around the interweb. Now, a new spy photograph has emerged, in which the camouflage wrap is peeling off the vehicle, and we can see the face of the production-spec Tata HBX.
It doesn’t look too different from the show car unveiled at the Auto Expo 2020. The vertically split headlamp design is inspired by the Harrier, while the thick, piano black horizontal slat resembles the one on the Nexon. The front grille is also vertically split, and its lower portion will sport bi-arrow elements, the same as Nexon.
Interestingly, the front angle makes the vehicle look extremely boxy, more than on other spy shots. The black plastic cladding at the side and on the wheel arches can be seen here, and the front bumper is blacked-out as well.
A few other details can be seen here, like turn signals integrated into the ORVMs, and a thin, piano black window lining.
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