There’s no such thing as to many customizations on your vehicle provided that you have the proper amount of resources – not to mention, taste – to pull it off.

Among the most popular customizations car owners prefer are those shiny and metallic rims. If you’re one of those people, we have a nice, little suggestion for you, you ought to go over-the-top and put some illumination on those wheels.

Motionlite has developed quite a doozy of a vanity piece for your rims in the form of LED lights mounted on a power telescoping six-inch arm in the car’s wheel which then throws seven different colored photons on your rims. If it’s a little hard to imagine, we don’t blame you. Fortunately, Motolite was kind enough to share two videos to demonstrate the installation process and how the car looks once it’s been given the full illuminating wheels treatment.

If you fancy your car getting something like this, then you’ll need to shell out $499 for the kit and installation. It’s not a lot of money for some people who have probably spent more than that to give their cars their own personal facelift.

Installation video after the jump


Source: Motion Lite

What do you think?
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8 comments:

  (1211) posted on 03.7.2011

yeah, i agree with that. it looks like from Nitto tires. But though its hard to differentiate this one to another brand.

  (600) posted on 02.16.2011

I’d to think of the person that plops down 200k for an Aston only to install this on it. Kind of like buying a really expensive bottle of wine and sticking some ice cubes in it.

  (613) posted on 02.16.2011

this one looks impressive though..haha. I like the those LED lights!

  (666) posted on 05.13.2010

This one fine amazing car! You will definitely love the interior and exterior designs.

  (341) posted on 04.7.2010

That’s nice but I remember when neon lights were popular back then to tuned cars but not so much lately, I think that this can make a buzz but after some time, it wouldn’t be that “in” to the crowd anymore. But considering on how cheap it can be for an additional custom trend to your car, maybe a lot will still like it.

  (461) posted on 04.7.2010

I wonder what is the brand name of this rims but I’ve already seen a style like that from MOMO and DUB.

  (417) posted on 04.7.2010

This is what you called “PIMPED”! His SUV looks more manacing and attractive with 22" chrome wheels.

  (329) posted on 04.7.2010

What a lovely set of wheels! I assume that it has a 22" size rims with nitto tire.

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