Widebody Hyundai Ioniq 5 Reminds Us That Car Modding and EVs Can Coexist
Posted on October 10, 2023
If we end up pivoting to electric vehicles en masse while keeping our personal transportation infrastructure and culture intact, car modding will have more to do with cosmetic choices than performance tuning. This wild body kit on a Hyundai Ioniq 5 offers a glimpse of what that future might look like.
What you’re seeing here, boldly sprayed in salmon pink, is the Coga Body Kit that’s been making the rounds since it was revealed at the Indonesian Modification Expo last week. This is basically the country’s SEMA show, serving as the reveal stage for new concepts in automotive customization.
I haven’t been able to find a price or shipping date yet, but I reached out to the Coga email address and will update if I get more info there. Meanwhile, translating some Instagram captions has informed me that this kit is planned for mass production (aftermarket production, not as a Hyundai factory product, just to be clear) and that it’s fitted without damaging or cutting the car.