Lowering it more could probably give you some better handling but I don't find it necessary with a Levante. Yeah it looks great and all but I can do without it. The wheels don't look too bad though.
It's for when you want to have coupe like performance with the space of an SUV :wink2:I'll never understand the need to lower an SUV or crossover that was designed to sit higher than the average sedan. The cornering should be more stable with less body roll, but getting a coupe will have the same effect.
Right? The Levante isn't some 18 year old kid's rice rocket.Don't like the kit at all. They went too far with aggressive styling.
I can understand some level of aggressive cues but this starts to cheapen the Levante's look.
The most I would get right now are aftermarket wheels to my liking (something from ADV.1) and the tune Novitec offers.
Kahn is one prime example of an aftermarket brand with tasteful designs. Although not a Maserati, its close enough, Porsche. Both brands have curvy designs.
Hopefully Kahn starts modifying Levante's:
haha its one of the quick examples I could find of something tastefully done, not the greatest example but point being... tasteful and complementary to the vehicles design is key.Wow! And all I wanted was body paint matched sills and wheel hubs on my 140K Model X. I should set my sights higher!