Essen Motorshow 2016: Show vs. performance cars?

TrackandTuner.com visited the 2016 Essen Motorshow, filled with a lot of diversity among supercars, sportscars, tunercars and even classic cars. This is our final part covering the entire show.

In part one we have discussed the classic car bubble with some Mercedes 300SL reaching prices from 1.3 million to 1.98 million, what do you think?

In part two we picked out the best tuner parts from this years event. We love good looking performance parts so it was normal to be attracted by the carbon fiber intakes made by Eventuri or the very aggressive bodykit from a new tuner called Zacoe for the Lamborghini Huracan. Check it out here.

In part three we discussed the wide body kit trend that growing a lot. We told you that we are not big fans of bagging a Lamborghini Aventador flat to the ground comprimising its performance. What do you think? 

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In this part we just walk you throught some privately owned a modified cars and show you the difference between a performance car upgrade and a show car. As een above these show cars are heavliy modified with some of the best tuner parts available. Some are rocking Z-performance wheels, RWB body kits, LB performance kits like the white Nissan GTR and have some seriously big engine upgrades. But they are all slammed to ground or way to low for normal driving. Yes, I know they can be raised and driven on the street. But if you look closely all have tire marks by hitting the fenders and that makes them for us true show cars. 

Would you drive a wide body pink Maserati to the supermarket?

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However these cars above you all have been tuned to look great but also to drive great. the KK performance/Motorsport24 BMW M2 was an absolutely track tool. Full roll cage, Recaro sheets, gorgeous diffuser and bonnet with a cold air intake combined with a ECU tune increasing power. This car is way more to our liking.

Than the Carbonfiberdynamics BMW M4. With over 700HP, big brakes, eventuri carbon fiber intake and 3DDesign body kit this car looks great but will perform even better. Last but not least we have some really nice show cars which are driveable and will look great on any track or road.

What do you prefer? Show or performance cars?

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