Kuhl Racing, the tuning house responsible for supplying styling kits for the Toyota C-HR, Mazda MX-5 and Toyota Prius, came out in full force at the 2017 Tokyo Auto Salon (TAS) event with quite a number of displays.

Among the “interesting” ones of the lot is a Toyota Vellfire that features the same detailed engraving all over its body similar to that seen on a gilded Nissan GT-R, another of Kuhl’s projects. Joining the MPV on stage is a similarly-modified Subaru WRX STI, although the engraving has been dialled down a little for the boxer-powered sedan.

Kuhl also showcased the various body kit and styling options available for cars such as the Nissan GT-R, Skyline GT-R (R34), Toyota 86 and Prius. As you’d expect, each car gets an outlandish paintjob and plenty of negative camber to ensure maximum visual impact. Also on display was a collection of concave rims that should appeal to “stance and fitment” fans.

While we’re not sure if Kuhl’s work will appeal to everyone, but there’s no denying that the company’s creations feature some pretty intricate handiwork. Love/hate what you see? Share your thoughts on Kuhl’s TAS exhibits in the comments section below.