Head Start Vision ready to customise
Auto modification specialist Head Start Vision (HSV) is exhibiting at GITEX Technology Week, in an effort to promote its car modifying capabilities
Auto modification specialist Head Start Vision (HSV) is exhibiting at GITEX Technology Week, in an effort to promote its car modifying capabilities.
The company is promoting its new DJ mixing station modification and is running live demonstrations at its booth. HSV has three different vehicles at its booth; a Ford F150, a Nissan 350Z and a Dodge Charger.
"We've used a Denon mixing station in the Ford F150. We can add our various modifications to any car of 4x4 but we prefer adding certain modifications to 4x4s because of the added room," says Wendy Newman, Managing Director of Head Start Vision.
Visitors can also see a modified Dodge Charger which has been fitted with an Xbox 360 gaming console and LCD screens. "We've done about 20-25 of these installations for various customers over the last two years. Most of the buyers who want this modification have been parents who want to give their kids something to do in the car on long drives," says Newman.
Newman adds: "We offer a one-year warranty on most of our modifications. However the car's manufacturer warranty is obviously void because our modifications involve lots of internal work. We've not had problems so far, we only recommend that you run your vehicle daily in order to prevent the battery from going flat."