Song Kang Fast & Furious Fame has driven many cars in the popular movie franchise, but we probably all agree that the most notable of them all was the black and orange Valeside Mazda RX-7. I will. Also known as Han in the film, he drove a rotary coupe. Fast and Furious: Tokyo Driftproperly showcases Japanese aftermarket tuning in a Japan-based setting.
VeilSide will work with Sung Kang again, but not this time. rotary A coupe with VS treatment. A widebody Nissan Z reminiscent of the RX-7, photographed by photographer Larry Chen when he visited the headquarters of the Japanese tuner.
Of course, Han’s VeilSize Nissan Z is painted black and orange to match the popular RX-7. I think that it was a considerable amount of work as it was painted up to the base metal. Other details that remind us of Mazda are the 20-inch two-piece wheels and a number of his VeilSide exterior branding. It comes with air suspension as part of the tuning package.
of Nissan Z alone Already (and arguably) beautiful, VeilSide transformed Han’s sport coupe with just enough upgrades to make it look even more aggressive. A slightly wider stance is bolted on thanks to his kit, and a drag-racing style spoiler adds an understated vibe to the rear.
Another subtle but effective change can be seen in the foreground. The curved bumper attempts to alter the squared edges of the grille, which in our opinion succeeds. The entire bumper has been reworked by his VeilSide, with a black front lip matching the Porsche-style vents on the sides.
Inside, the Japan-based tuner teamed up with another Japanese company, Bride, to create a one-off upholstery for Han’s Nissan Z. The result is his VeilSide branded fabric that covers his doors, dashboard, knee pads and carbon fiber. From the racing seat to the steering wheel horn cover.
Sung Kang’s VeilSide Nissan Z was shown to the public at the 2023 Tokyo Auto Salon, but rumor has it it could be in the upcoming Fast & Furious movie.