Automotive Tuning

Published on December 9th, 2022 | by Sounder Rajen


ORA Good cat Gets Tuning Options In Thailand

We should see these tuning options here too

By now most of our readers should be familiar with the popular ORA Good Cat and while it only recently launched in Malaysia, it is already well established in our neighboring country, Thailand where it is one of the best selling EVs in the country. Let’s take a look at some of the tuning options you get with this popularity.


Now for those who have recently bought a new ORA Good cat, do not worry, we should be seeing similar tuning options for the cute little EV here in Malaysia soon enough as many aftermarket tuning options are very popular here in Malaysia. Don’t believe me? Just look at any Perodua Myvi ever.

Moreover, there is no shortage of third party brands and single piece tuning options for all sorts of cars of all sizes, not just here, but all across the world. In fact, I can’t go within 15 minutes of my house before seeing a tuned Porsche 911, or Ford Mustang or even the king of Malaysian roads, the Myvi that has been tuned.


So, back to the tuning options for the ORA Good Cat in Thailand. As we can see based on the pictures from SeedSport, the tuning options vary from sportier rims to aggressive bumpers and side skirts with red accents to even custom racing stripes paint jobs, all of which look absolutely amazing.

I especially like the all black, twin five-spoke wheels as I think they make any car look more sporty, although on this particular car, perhaps that sort of tuning option would go better with a different body colour, perhaps black, gray or even white.

The racing stripes are a nice tuning option too but I have never been a fan of racing stripes in general but it actually does not look too bad on the car despite the cute and round overall shape of this car.

Finally, the side skirts and bumpers as a tuning option look cool but I think I prefer the body coloured ones over the black ones with the red accents as I think the colour red has lost its “racing” vibe as it is so overused these days that it just looks gaudy now to me.

What do you guys think of these tuning options? I think they look fantastic and can’t wait for them to be offered here too.

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