Let’s face it; we have all seen some amazing looking four wheel drives on the road. Whether it’s just a large lift kit, huge tires or a driveline that is painted a different color, there are many things that you can do to make your four wheel drive look good. For starters though, make sure you investigate the legalities of changing anything on your car. Doing modifications which are not engineer approved will get you in serious trouble, and you void your insurance.
However, a small lift kit, some slightly larger tires, a rear bar and bull bar will all make a huge difference to the looks of your car. Fitting some spotlights in legal positions will also improve the night vision and looks of your car. Other modifications that make a four wheel drive look good are alloy rims (although they are not always the best in terms of strength and they cost a lot!), snorkel, winch and turbo kits.
Keeping your car clean is another way to make your vehicle look good. Cars that are left dirty or muddy are likely to endeavor terrible paint work later on. Most mud has just as much salt in it as beach sand, which will wreck your paint work in no time at all. I find that mud terrain tires make your vehicle look the best, although these are not always very practical on the road! Roof racks are not only practical but they look quite good, as well as a roof top tent, rear drawer set, UHF radio inside, center console, differential locks, shackles and the list goes on and on!