Get the full scoop on the Daihatsu Materia Icecube, with somewhat insane pricing. The story inside.
German tuners Inden-Design is better known for their work on high-priced models from Ferrari and Mercedes. The company is now branching out a bit, and turning their sites on the sub-€15,000 Daihatsu Materia.
Dubbed the "Icecube," the bright white box has been outfitted with a host of new items. On the exterior, the new body kit contains four different extensions that can be attached over the current panels, as well as a daytime lights, and a new rear bumper with diffuser. Triangle-shaped side mirrors and carbon fiber door handles and boot cover are also installed.
Light three-piece alloy wheels have been custom designed for the project, and measure 8.5x18" in the front, and 9.5x18" in the rear. A new exhaust and catalytic converter were also fitted, as is a new differential.
Inside, designers added silver-look carbon fiber pieces throughout the cabin, along with Alcantara trim. A new audio system and Phillips sat-nav were also added.
Although each part mentioned may be purchased individually, the total price of the options costs more than double the price of the car itself. Inden-Design's Icecube package runs more than €20,200. You can read about individual part pricing in the press release below.