oh ok I see. you can take those apart and paint them with out having to mask them right?I think it was import shark. But like I said the black ones are no good. Surface is terrible. Not smooth at all. I'd suggest the white ones and then paint them as you see fit.
He is referring to the fact that the "V" with the tail is not unlike the symbol for square root.I'm not sure what the "Square Root" Edition you speak of is or why it would look better.
All those cars you named are way more subtle than our veloster. I loved the veloster from the very beginning because it looks like a concept car and attracts attention w its exterior styling. There's absolutely no hiding it. People who know nothing about cars see the veloster and say, "WHAT IS THAT?!" Its a head turner for sure. And the V looks identical to the square root symbol that's all I was saying. It was a play on words...I'm not sure what the "Square Root" Edition you speak of is or why it would look better. And the point is to be subtle. This in my opinion isn't a fancy car. Its a Hyundai with a turbo motor. Not a Genisis or an Equis or a BMW or Merc. I dont want flash. No chrome. No hey look at me. The only thing people should be looking at are my exhaust tips. So if you think it looks plain then mission accomplished.
YesHe is referring to the fact that the "V" with the tail is not unlike the symbol for square root.
I have to say I like the de-badged look of the rear. That white looks way better than black (I'm not keen on that KIA'ish look).