A (LED) Show Within a Show: Rene V's Honda Civic Type R

Personally, I love experiencing a show within a show, and Rene V of Team R-Rydes gets points for what he did at Wekfest. Typically, you’d see LED lights installed to add a specific appearance or feature to your build, like underglow or a starlight headliner. But what Rene did here - he used LED lights to highlight specific parts on his Honda Civic Type R, like his Falken wrapped satin blue TE37s under flares, and some titanium burnt bits and welds and carbon fiber under his hood.

As seen on PASMAG's Tuning 365 (Season 3 Episode 10) on REV TV.

Additional footage from Rene V (@xpowerupx)

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