A gorgeous 2013 Subaru Impreza WRX is exciting to drive. It is easily tractable in an array of conditions, remarkably versatile, and comfortable. However, the deficiency of an automated transmission and bad fuel economy can be the factors that might affect an overall appeal.
Evan Gillon got his 2013 Subaru WRX and decided to give it a new and stunning look that would surpass the elegance of other cars out there. He did his best modify this car, and it turned out really amazing. Evan did a lot of work to create unmatched beauty and boost an overall performance in this auto.
He used Work VSXX 18×10+7 10-mm rear and 12-mm spacer front wheels for this car, which gave it a spectacular appearance. We also must admit that they go pretty well with the color and design of this auto.
For the suspension, Evan used Whiteline roll-center kit, SPC toe-arms, Godspeed back LCA’s, Airlift 5-gallon tank, Viair stealth-black double 444-c compressors, Accuair Elevel management, and Airlift Air-struts.
He did a great job bringing the attractive beauty on the outside of this car. For the exterior, he used XKglow demon-eyes, Spyder headlights, Hella horns, Apr carbon brake-ducts, Strafe design back diffuser, Slick-carbon side-skirts, BTA Carbon front-lip, and HT Auto fender-flares. The result you can see on the automobile.
Evan also made many changes to the interior of the car. The list of modifications includes Billetworkz shift knob and e-brake button, Shifter boot and armrest, and black suede diamond stitched e-brake boot. Among other modifications, you can also find Carbon shifter and radio trim, HOK Brandywine interior trim, Smy dual gauge pod, AEM boost and AFR gauges.
For increasing an overall performance of this car, he wisely implemented Optima yellow-top battery, Apr cooling-plate, Apr Alternator-cover, Megan race Strut bar, Grimm-speed intake, Invidia catless-downpipe, and Cobb access port.
Evan Gillon’s 2013 Subaru WRX now has got the breathtaking beauty and elegance that will instantly blow your mind. The car looks amazing, and if we had a list of top ten picks, this stance project would definitely be featured in our top 10.