2020 Nissan Almera looks striking in Ter Studio body kit
KUALA LUMPUR: The 2020 Nissan Almera landed on the Thai-shores only a while back, November last year, to be precise. And now we see its modified version looking rugged and powerful, all thanks to the country’s large and talented car’s aftermarket.
Giving the Nissan’s B-segment sedan a striking look is the Ter Studio’s Drive68 body kit that made the model look even better. The modified kit is a comprehensive one with inclusions like a front bumper extension that gives the car a more aggressive face.
The new bumper further accentuates the fog lamp arear with black surrounds and faux intakes. Also, we see reflectors integrated lip in the corner.
Part of the Almera Drive68 body kit is -
- New side skirts
- A bumper add-on
- Ducktail spoiler
- Decorative ‘exhausts’ flanking a meshed centre outlet
As per Ted Studio’s Facebook page, the entire body kit will cost you 14,500 baht (around RM 1,925) without the spoiler and 16,500 both (RM 2,190) with the spoiler for a limited period.
Edaran Tan Chong, the official distributor of Mazda in Malaysia, previously confirmed that the all-new 2020 Almera would arrive in the country next year. Meanwhile, if you need some inspiration on how to modify the sedan once it is launched here, the Ter Studio’s body kit might give you some good ideas.