The biggest trade fair for modified cars, 100% Tuning, now in its 8th season, returned on the 13th and 14th October 2012 to the Ahoy in Rotterdam, Netherlands.

Over 40,000 people visited the event to witness an array of unique cars and car related entertainment, ever gaining popularity as the biggest tuning event.

Two Tone Modification

Show cars could be spotted at numerous areas of the show displaying the latest in car entertainment and styling – even showcasing a look of the U.S scene with Hotrods and Muscle cars! Throughout the whole event, unique and personalised cars could be seen with tailored modifications and designs, attracting lots of exposure from the huge amount of attendees.

Modified Car at 100% Tuning 2012

Taking over five halls in the Ahoy, 100% Tuning put on plenty of stalls from accessory stands to promotion kiosks, creating a fantastic show atmosphere for all that attended.

Promo Girls 100% Tuning Ahoy 2012

It was good to see the awesome live drift shows in the Auto Week Action Arena where skilful drivers presented their expertise to the raring audience, literally smoking the crowd!

Auto Week Action Arena at 100% Tuning

Walking through the Multimedia Village was a car audio enthusiasts dream! Here you could find the very latest and innovative creations for everything regarding in-car audio entertainment. From sub packages to audio visuals, the display was endless.

Inside Modifications

At the heart of the event were the ‘tuned’ cars, carefully picked by the ‘Car Hunters,’ where every imaginable style was represented, from JDM, lowriders and extreme modifieds to OEM, ‘cleaned’ and performance.

DJ's at 100% Tuning Ahoy Rotterdam

The exhibition covered a countless number of cars, products and entertainment and looks set to keep on growing. With ticket prices starting at 16 Euros it is little surprise that it attracted such a huge crowd of fanatics.

Modified Fiesta

Falken EU_Remmo Autosport Drift Display @ 100% Tuning Ahoy from Grant Buchanan on Vimeo.

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