Ive been trying to think how to introduce this ride, then it occurred to me is that a ride like this has always been unattainable to me. When I was younger it was all about the cheap cars, hence the hatches and I guess I just never wanted anything else. I’ve always looked at big German cars as great machines but not for me. But then the scene changed, bags opened door, and these big German cars have become something else.
So this is Adam’s bagged A5, he’s not gone mad on mod’s but on a car like this you shouldn’t. Audi are pretty consistently well designed, the RS series all look mean, so the addition of a RS gloss black honeycomb grille is a must. Due to the size of the A5 its gotta be low that’s just a given. An Audi deserves a bit more than just changed springs tho and Airlift seem to be the brand of choice these days, so a V2 system has been installed. After that you need to consisticise (yes that is a made up word ©me) your grills, plastics, chromes and diffuser with a gloss black wrap and/or paint, and I like that, simple, consistent and stunning. Never personally had the joy of a remap, none of my cars have had the power, but with a car like this a remap is essential, turn the dial up to 11, but of course the thing that makes this car so special, the thing that a lot of people man about these days, is (to me) the fact that you can deck it and get the fitment just right to show off the absolutely stunning and massive 20″ VLE-1 Vossen wheels, which I’m informed are limited to only 400 made with Adams set being number 73. They look so good, they fill the arches, and follow the styling that Audis have nailed down so well.
All together this car is simple, styling, mean and bagged and Adam knows it, with a regular weekly clean and monthly wax he ain’t letting this thing gather dust. Future plans include a Maxton front splitter and another remap. I bet this thing will fly down the ‘private’ road. Looking forward to hopefully seeing this in the flesh soon.
Thanks Adam its a stunner…