AutoTempest Partner Spotlight:
throtl is one of the fastest growing aftermarket-focused car communities. Their innovative combination of organic media, influencer marketing, and commerce is setting the standard for what it takes to have a digital and social presence in the automotive industry. It's the reason millions of engaged viewers are tuning in to watch their auto influencers every single day, and choosing throtl as their performance parts provider.
Below is a collection of all the amazing projects we've partnered with throtl on. We hope you enjoy them as much as we have!
Throtl got this 2013 Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution through AutoTempest at a used car dealership in San Diego county. After getting the Evo back to the shop, the throtl crew did some quick maintenance and performance upgrades. They installed a bunch of aftermarket parts such as EBC brakes, Mishimoto cooling products, Cusco braces, Revel coilovers, Motegi MR151 wheels, Falken RT660 tires, Chargespeed body kit, Varis front bumper, and more.
Evan originally found this 2010 Nissan R35 GT-R on upstart as his new dream car. A few months later, the throtl team decided to make the GT-R their next sweepstakes car. The throtl crew took the GT-R to the next level with a bunch of aftermarket upgrades including, Universal Air Suspension, 20-inch Rotiform KPS wheels, Falken RT660 tires, carbon fiber accessories, a Valvemaster exhaust, and a blood-red wrap from Inozetek.
The throtl team was looking for a new Toyota Supra for their sweepstakes. Eventually, they came across this 2020 Supra GR on AutoTempest. They ended up installing a Streethunter widebody kit, HRE wheels, Universal Air struts, Goldenwrench Accessories, a Magnaflow exhaust, and a sound system from OEM Audio Plus. The final version of the car came out awesome with a significant improvement in performance and looks.
This 2012 BMW 335i is one of the first cars the throtl team found through AutoTempest. Ever since, throtl has been using AutoTempest to find all their project cars. After acquiring this 2012 BMW 335i, the boys at the throtl headquarters immediately started installing parts. Modifications to the 335i included, An AWE exhaust system, MST Performance intake, 20 inch HRE FF04 wheels, Falken FK510 tires, Universal Air struts, a Carbontastic steering wheel, tinted windows, and a bunch of exterior parts and accessories from Kies Motorsports.
The throtl crew found this 1998 Mitsubishi Eclipse GSX on AutoTempest as the perfect candidate for their modern version of Paul Walker’s Eclipse. The car started out as a stock Eclipse GSX, but after some labor and slew of parts, the car was completely transformed. The Build consisted of Accuiar air suspension, a fully built 4G63T engine making over 500 horsepower, a custom interior, carbonetics widebody kit, and an APR swan neck wing. To finish off the build, the throtl crew had a custom livery made by Modern Image, the same company who made the original livery featured in the Fast and the Furious movie.
Mickey and the rest of the throtl crew were looking for a Ford Mustang and came across this white 2020 Ford Mustang GT. The Mustang became the perfect candidate for a sweepstakes car. After installing Mishimoto cooling products, Gramlight 57DR wheels, Steeda Suspension, a Magnaflow exhaust, and a bunch of Ford Performance parts. After installing all the parts, the Mustang performed so well it put a smile on everyones face.
The throtl crew was in need of a shop truck. With a quick look on AutoTempest, they found the perfect 2021 Ford Ranger. Although the Ford ranger is a great truck from the factory, the guys at throtl couldn’t resist from installing a few modifications. Modifications consisted of Rays 57 Transcend wheels, 33 inch Falken Wildpeak tires, Alpharex headlights, RTR fender flares, an RTR grille with LED lights, a Magnaflow exhaust, and a small lift kit.
With a quick search on AutoTempest, the throtl crew was able to find their next sweepstakes car. This 2018 Subaru WRX STI was one of throtl’s most popular sweepstakes builds. For this project, the boys at throtl installed Mishimoto colling products, KW V3 coilovers, Enkei RS05RR wheels, Seibon carbon parts, a Greddy Performance exhaust, a Kartboy short shifter, and a bunch of accessories from Perrin and RPG. After installing the new parts, the WRX STI looked amazing and had a great improvement in performance.