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If we are looking at it as classy-pimp, yeah, in that case the VDP is the super-pimp with all the chrome and gold-inlaid wood, but I meant more like ghetto pimp like these that I just found Googling it:
I like the 2nd, 3rd and 4th, the 3rd and 4th are called VIP cars, which is an asian Hong Kong thing where they slam big luxury cars and put huge rims with negative camber, just search VIP cars and you will see lexus, infiniti....etc
Those cars don't really look drivable - my 17-foot-long VDP has fairly-wide a turning circle as it is with the OEM wheels, those 22" rims look like they limit the car to going only in a straight line!
I do not personally condone or participate in any of these activities, but I think they are interesting so I do know some things about them:
yes the negative camber is very much on purpose, people in some circles think that it is very cool and interesting to have the camber like that.
you can google stance nation, it's a website filled with various cars that have the camber as such
as far as the turning goes most of the insane camber and low ride height is caused by airbag suspension, which they use to dump the car on the ground for photo sessions and parking. when driving they inflate the airbag suspension.
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