Back to the 1970s and 80s, most Japanese cars could not compete with their rivals in the international markets. One of the main reasons that hindered back the Japanese cars from worldwide trade market was their appearance. This was in a period where some cars like Mustang, Ford with their stretched charming appearance was attracting a crowd of fans. The good point about Japanese cars which could not be ignored was that they were economic, that is so much beneficial financially, owned a very low fuel consumption. This paved the way of Japanese cars entering American market and then many other European countries. When these cars hit the markets, it became clear that they need some modifications on their various parts. Such modifications led to the appearance of a new field which is called car tuning. The interesting point is that tuning gained much more popularity during 1990s when the intensive widespread of some video games introduced and popularized car tuning among the young. It was a video game called 'Gran Turismo' which doubled this popularity. The game contained display of some modified splendid rally cars which could easily travel up every rough, difficult route. This sparkled the idea that even ordinary cars can be tuned up to meet the needs of those eager in modified cars with a better performance and nicer appearance.