“Simplicity is the ultimate form of sophistication.” – Leonardo Da Vinci
In such a busy world it’s refreshing to come across a performance vehicle that is as incredibly well crafted as this.
Coming from a crew that has a fast growing reputation around the Auckland streets; Lowcally Known, this is another of their flagship cars that we are excited to feature here on Street Culture. Sitting on 17x10s with fitment worthy of a virgin, this thing sits so low it’s not surprising that it gets beached constantly on the harsh streets of Auckland.
Sitting down, Caleb is resting on 4 degrees camber on the rear and 6 degrees on the front.
As the stance scene evolves, Caleb will be right there with it. With big plans in the next two years be sure to keep an eye out for this.
It’s nice to see that it’s not just all looks; having a cheeky turbo added on keeps things interesting while pulling away from the crowd.
Before this car, we here at Street Culture would have no qualms in saying that Altezza’s weren’t our favourites. Too often Altezza’s just aren’t done right, resulting in a eyesore and overall forming a negative view of these cars. Caleb has produced an immaculate example of an Altezza; so good that it’s changed our opinions of them.
We here at Street Culture look forward to seeing what Caleb has in store next.
Photos – Jared Donkin
Write up – Luke Wolfkamp, Sam Caldwell, Mitchell Dolan
Location – Auckland