German aftermarket tuner AMJ has significantly decreased the ride height on this Kia Stinger, which it has fittingly dubbed the StingAIR. The custom build provides the South Korean compact executive sedan with a tweaked suspension and radical body kit.

The air suspension system is sourced from Bilstein Performance and joined by an electronic Air Lift Performance 3P controller. This allows the driver to alter the height back to the standard figure at the touch of a button. The suspension is joined by a set of 20-inch Tomason TN19 rims with 225/35 front and 255/30 rear tyres.

Adding to the visual phenomenon of the suspension is a conclusive body kit which includes a front spoiler lip and side sills from Maxton Design. These are accompanied by a pair of rear skirts from Ingo Noak, a rear diffuser from M&S and an LED rear lighting kit.

As for the rather eye-catching wrap, it was decided that a collection of stylised writing and black graphical elements with colorful, shimmering touches of glitter and neon yellow on a pearl-white paint would be the ideal look for this build. The wrap was completed by Signcom.

Changes to the interior are minimal. These consist of a sports steering wheel cover and column reupholstered in Alcantara.

As for power, this unit sports the 2,2-litre four-cylinder turbodiesel mill in its standard guise which pushes 149 kW and 441 N.m of torque.

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