Yeeeah ;D I would like to present you amazing video from Spocom in San Mateo...
Red Honda Civic Coupe... in my opinion one of the best car from that show !!! This car is AMAZING !!!
What do you think about it? :)
Tuesday, January 18, 2011
Hi all :) What kind of cars do you prefer? I'm a big fan of JDM style :) I would like to bring you this type of tuning and I hope you'll also fall in love in that style as me :) so...
The term Japanese domestic market (JDM) refers to the local market in Japan for Japanese-made automobiles. Within the automotive hobbyist import scene, this term, and the related term Japanese domestic model, most commonly refer to Japanese-brand automobiles and parts designed and constructed to conform to Japanese vehicle and equipment regulations and to suit Japanese market preferences.
JDM vehicles often differ in features and equipment from vehicles sold elsewhere. For example, Honda has produced many different versions of the B18C 1, B16A and K20A engines for various markets worldwide. This is done due to varying emission regulations in different countries.
Vehicles built to JDM specifications may have stiffer suspensions and improved throttle response over vehicles built for different markets, due to differing driving styles and different road types. For example, the USA features long highways where a smoother ride would be preferable, while Japan's roads are short and twisty, where a stiffer suspension is desired for improved handling capability. For the US and European market versions, some features may be removed in order to stay below a certain pricing goal for the car, such as using a conventional rear suspension instead of a double wishbone suspension and lack of electronic devices like Active Yaw Control. Furthermore, engine power of JDM sports cars is sometimes reduced because of stricter emission standards in other countries.