Jesse Conklin· Registered
What are your thoughts of a lowered renegade? I made some images to show you some examples.
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I don't like the look of lowered cars. Any cars. Sorry.
^ This.It looks as though the car will have serious trouble turning without ripping the wheel flares off.
It doesn't have to be of-road vehicles, it can be regular cars. I can see maybe someplace like California where the weather is for the most part sunny and dry. But here in NYC I've seen quite a few cars lowered so much and some with front and rear aftermarket spoilers/body kits in all sorts of weather even in snow. They hold up or slow down traffic since they have to go real slow over bumps, potholes in the city. I've seen one Honda with its front ripped completely off since they went right into one of those huge metal plates that covered a hole in the ground. SMHI also find it strange when people have off-road vehicles and want to lower them. Forget a hill or boulder, you will barely be able to get over a good size speed bump.
Don't like lowered cars but you have a challenger? Not trying to be that guy but this seems counter-intuitive.I don't like the look of lowered cars. Any cars. Sorry.
A lot of people lower their cars, but the look just doesn't work for me.
Although I don't enjoy the tuck of the first three renders personally. The idea of a lowered renegade, while being controversial, can be appealing. The renegade is already controversial being tagged as a "not real jeep" and "too feminine" so why not try to express yourself with it and maybe create a new style for the car completely in the process? As long as we keep in mind that everybody makes their cars the way they want them we may find something interesting about a car we found "dumb" before.What are your thoughts of a lowered renegade? I made some images to show you some examples.