E.C.D. AUTOMOTIVE DESIGN DELIVERS the V8 force

E.C.D. AUTOMOTIVE DESIGN DELIVERS NEWEST PROJECT, “THE FORCE,” A CUSTOM D130 WITH AN AGGRESSIVE PRESENCE POWERED BY AN LS3 V8 PRODUCING 565-BHP

KISSIMMEE, FL – November 15, 2018 – E.C.D. Automotive Design delivers a bold, yet aggressive custom D130, project name, “The Force.” This D130 was designed with off-road adventures in mind with features such as a low-mount winch bumper with a Warn Industries winch and a two-inch Fox Suspension lift. All while still being perfectly suited for daily driving. The sleek Fuji White full gloss paint and black accents throughout the long body of this custom D130 makes this vehicle hard to miss. Powered by a 6.2L LS3 V8 with 565-BHP and matched with a Borla Performance exhaust system, Project “The Force” sounds every bit of aggressive as it looks.

The stunning interior of this custom D130 features the same color theme as the exterior, with Corbeau RRS seats in Supersoft Black leather with Pearl White stitching. There’s no shortage of modern luxuries and technology in this D130. Amenities include a premium JL Audio sound system, a backup camera, remote locking, wireless charging pads for mobile devices, USB’s on the front dash and in the center console, and in-car WiFi.

Custom D130

Drivetrain – 6.2L LS3 V8 with 565-BHP and a 6-speed automatic transmission

Brakes – Performance big brake kit

Suspension – Fox Suspension with 2” lift

Fuel System – Upgraded fuel system with braided stainless steel lines

Exhaust System – Borla Performance System with a twin-pipe outlet

Paint

Exterior Color – Fuji White in a full gloss finish

Wheel Spats Color – Gloss Black

Steering Guard – Powder-coated Black

Wheels, Tires, and Accessories

Wheel Style and Size – 20” Custom wheels, BF Goodrich A/T Tires

Side Steps – Full-length black checker side steps; Line-X coated

Grille – Black mesh

Bumper and Winch – Low-mount Air-Con Winch Bumper with Daytime Running lights, Warn Industries winch

Roll Cage – Safety Devices full-external roll-cage

Lights – Daytime Running Lights on the front bumper, 4 Spotlights on the front of the roll-cage, 2 rear work lights on the roll-cage, LED lighting all-around

Additional – Automatic headlights; 2 gas canisters with holders; Spectre-style wheel arches; Sand-tracks on both sides; Swing-away wheel carrier

Interior

Seats and Layout – Corbeau RRS front and middle-row seats, heated

Load-area Seats – Bench-style seats

Leather – Supersoft Black leather

Stitch Color – White Pearl

Center Console, Dash, Door Cards – Supersoft Black leather with White Pearl stitching

Headliner and Trim – Black suede

Door Handles – Satin Black metal

Steering Wheel – MOMO Quark Black Steering wheel

Gauges – Moal Bomber gauges

Carpet – Black

Electronics

Radio – Alpine infotainment with Backup camera

Speakers and Subwoofers – Amplified JL Audio Sound System

Additional – Wireless charging pads for mobile devices; Rear A/C; USB chargers in the front dash, center console, and in the rear of the center console; 3-button garage door opener

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