Ahhh i cant SAY how much i have hated this car, its been AGES on it and its gone from Green to blue to black to red to orange and finaly now its WHITE, and i LOVE it to death i acutally WANT one in realife thats how much i love it , there has been LOADS of work in this, and i cant start to explain how PISSED of i have been gettin on this
There has been so much trouble with it and just on one night for 14 hours i just adjusted the damn DECALS; cus they where SO bad in angle etc , it has alslo been a bitch cus everyime i i changed something on ONE view i had to do the M*** FU*** on thee other views. wich also where are PAIN in the ASS to do … this has taken im not sure but at least more then 80+hours at least .
This has been my biggest creations chop since my concept, and im NEVER gonna do one again haha . no but seriously its gonna be a long time til next time . anyway Il explain what i did ,
ON interior view i just copy pasted the 3 stuff changed and brushed the rest
I brushed EVERTHING , and i mean everything except the “” INTERCOOLER / RIMS / SEATS/ AND WINDOW REFLECTIONS and Muffler exoust ” “”” everthing else you see if created by ME from scratch is has taken AGES as this car Was actually GREEN , but i had to rebrush the whole car, cus i wanted it white, then i redid the reflections for white color and it was a pain to , the only thing that kept me going on this and not scrape it is cus i loved the challenge and i dont give up that easie ,but this has REALLY had me pissed for a while, but i managed to start it again and again each time . well i hope you guys enjoy this as much as i enjoyed making it .
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The Elantra Touring Beach Cruiser Concept was customized by K-Daddyz Kustomz of Bakersfield, Calif., to capture this future model’s high-functioning and fun-to-drive character.
Hyundai Motor America will show a colorful glimpse of the future when it takes the wraps off the Elantra Touring “Beach Cruiser” Concept at the 2007 Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) on October 30. The custom concept is derived from the all-new five-door Elantra Touring, which arrives in the U.S. in 2008, taking advantage of the strong resurgence in compact hatchbacks.
K-Daddyz Kustomz is partnering with Hyundai for their fifth consecutive world premiere at SEMA. Kyle “K-Daddy” Gann took a prototype Elantra Touring five-door compact and created the ultimate Southern California “Beach Cruiser.”
A two-tone “Amazing Grape and Tango Orange” paint scheme with Hyundai’s “Flying H” tribal graphics highlights the flowing curves of the concept, while a green Polynesian Tiki idol graces the hood. True to the cruising culture, the vehicle features a front-to-rear panoramic sunroof. K-Daddyz’ team also crafted a full line of interior and exterior billet accessories along with a custom race exhaust and ground effects kit. This approach is highlighted by a custom front grille with interlocking “Flying H” logos.
The purple and orange paint scheme is carried through to the interior and is complemented by two-tone brown leather surfaces and matching interior accents. No cruising car would be complete without state-of-the-art audio and video capabilities, and K-Daddy delivers with four rear-seat video screens, eight speakers, five amplifiers and eight Infinity subwoofers. In signature attention-to-detail fashion, K-Daddy created billet speaker grilles to match the exterior “Flying H” grilles, fabricated by Ryno Manufacturing. Gann also covered the five amplifiers in the trunk with an orange fiberglass “Flying H,” which is hand-painted with a purple outline.
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