Car Trend Expectations for 2020
February 19, 2020
The new year is here and as we all know, the design trends for cars will change as it has for every year in the past.
Here's what we think the car trends will be in 2020
1. Meaty Setups
We think that the whole scene of excessive camber and flared fenders will start to fade away.
Maybe not so much the flared fenders, but it seems to be becoming more and more common for people to take wide wheels and see how wide of a tire they can fit behind their fenders.
This is commonly known as the battle stance and we would love to see more of this in the scene this year because it really makes the car seem extremely aggressive and usually all comes together quite well.
2. Static Will Stay
Just because we think the extreme camber style will die out slowly, doesn't mean that we think the static people will go away too.
In fact, we think they will continue to be as strong as ever. With air cups being brought to the coilover scene, many people who ride static have become very excited.
Plus, these air cups will allow the car to be raised a few inches to clear obstacles. This means that more people may be willing to join the static community because they don't have to worry about putting a hold in their oil pan!
3. Old School Styling
People right now love the 70's and 80's. Everything from tv shows to cars, the oldies are coming back and we think they'll continue to flourish this year.
We absolutely love that this is coming back and we hope to see more of the classics start popping up.
Wraps have become incredibly popular in the past few years. Especially with supercars.
Lately, cars have been coming from the factory with pretty bland colors like black, gray and white.
While this can be easy to color coordinate with mods, some people want a bit more of a flashy appearance.
Wraps allow the owner to have a wide variety of choices when it comes to designs for their cars. The best part is that they can be removed at any time!
This trend definitely isn't going anywhere any time soon!
This one is a bit controversial but we're excited about it nonetheless.
Underglow was super popular in the early 2000s and thanks to things like The Fast and the Furious and Need for Speed Underground, it became a sort of icon for the automotive community.
In the past few years, underglow has been pretty frowned upon and considered to be a riced out style.
However, we are slowly starting to see it come back and we embrace this completely. It brings back memories of our earlier years and gets us excited to see what it can become.
This one is a little bit of a long shot, but we think we will start to see more underglow start coming to your local car meets.
We hope you enjoyed or list of car trend expectations for 2020. The scene changes so much and it's exciting to see where it's heading for the new year!