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Inden Design Daihatsu Materia Icecube

Inden Daihatsu Materia 1 at Inden Design Daihatsu Materia Icecube

German tuner Inden Design decided to break old habits of working on big and luxurious vehicles and as a sort of hobby at least, tune a Japanese box! It’s the Daihatsu Materia, which they rightfully call the Icecube. Not only they modify the exterior and interior of this car for some extra visual appeal, they also pack it with new toys.

On the outside the car has received a matte white color which alone costs 5,500 Euros (probably more than the car itself!) plus a body kit with new bumpers, side skirts, spoilers, diffuser and triangular mirrors outside, door handles and a boot lid cover made of real carbon fiber.

They have also fitted the car with 8,5×18 inch wheels (5,800 Euros) wrapped in 215/35 R tires at front and 225/35 R at the rear.

The tuner provides a high-grade steel exhaust system and a catalyst converter with two polished end pipes for 1,198 Euro which gives the car a distinguishing exhaust note. Other performance related upgrades include H&R-sport helical differential gear (780 Euro) for better road behavior.

You also get a very nice treatment for the cabin, with triangular mirrors, the central console, the door switch covering, the entrances and the B-column with real carbon in silver. Moreover the Icecube features A-column and the door armrest have been trimmed with alcantara (680 Euro), a high-quality loudspeaker system (1,200 Euro) with high frequency loudspeaker on front and rear doors, and a Phillips DVD-monitor incl. navigation system (1,298 Euro).

Inden Daihatsu Materia 2 at Inden Design Daihatsu Materia Icecube
Inden Daihatsu Materia 3 at Inden Design Daihatsu Materia Icecube
Inden Daihatsu Materia 4 at Inden Design Daihatsu Materia Icecube

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