So how do you stand out in a sea full of wide-bodies? Simply put, you either hack a car that nobody has hacked before (Liberty Walk Rolls Royce anyone?) Or, you kit your car with parts that nobody before you has done. Faisal here has done a little bit of both.
Automotives have been in Faisal’s bloodstream since childhood. I would not be surprised if the first word he ever spit out of his mouth was ‘car’. As he grew older, his passion led him to own and enjoy quite a few rides. This list includes names such as the Ford Focus, Honda Prelude, and the Chevy Corvette (C6). Faisal soon fell in love with going off-road and Jeeps in general. Soon enough, he was driving a Jeep Wrangler.
It was going to be air or nothing for Faisal, as driving a modified car in Oman isn't really something that you can do very easily. I have heard that the cops can go from zero to very mean in absolutely no time. Thats just as a fast a Mclaren P1, so hats off to them.
Something extraordinary was needed to fill those Moonbeam arches. The Platinum Forged wheels do quite the perfect job. The V-53's measure an astounding 20x10.5 -30 front and 20x12 -40 rear, finished in their 'Premium full-brushed brown' shade. The combination of grey, bronze and red has always stood the test of time, and in its current iteration on this Z, it is simply a class apart. (the minds behind carculture.ae are still trying to think of a better combination, btw)
Faisals Z here is special in its own right, since along with being the first 370z convertible to have an Airlift Performance suspension setup, it is also the world’s first Moonbeam roadster. We at carculture.ae simply couldn’t afford not to feature it! With the exterior and interior complete in Faisals eyes, the future modifications are all going to be performance related. We couldn’t agree more with Faisal. After all, if you look this mean, you need to have the bite to back it up!
Photos by Robert Lintescu words by Jackie Sobhani.