VIS Racing Sports, Inc. has been at the forefront of automotive restyling since 1996. They started the ultra-aggressive style in body kits for sport compact cars in Southern California. The trend quickly spread from the West Coast to East Coast. In a matter of a few years, their styles can be found in many parts of the globe. This trend culminated with the release of the movie, "Fast and Furious" (2001), in which they were one of the primary sponsors. They were not content with the status quo and continued to bring new products to the restyling scenes. Their carbon fiber hoods and trunks are the de facto standard “Grade A “against which other competitors in the world are measured. Their carbon fiber products are number one in the industry, and their popularity can be seen on the streets as well as car shows alike. They also made inroads into the Japanese market with the help of their partner in Japan. Their products can be seen in Japanese magazines, such as Auto Fashion and Options magazines.
Their participation with Hollywood did not stop in 2001. On the contrary, it was just the beginning. They provided two fully modified ’02 RSX and ’03 Eclipse, with their patented GT Bomber Body Kits and Torque Body Kits; respectively, for the Warner Brother’s movie, “Torque” (2004). The beginning race sequence shows these two street demons racing on the highway. Their latest partnership with Hollywood can be seen in Lindsay Lohan’s “Herbie: Fully Loaded” (2005), in which their patented GT Bomber body kit and EVO style carbon fiber hood were featured on the 1997 Eclipse. On another front, their products are featured in numerous video games with racing themes, some of which include Electronic Arts’ “Need for Speed: Underground 2”, “Juice”, “Forza Motorsport 1 & 2”.
They have gone through many stages of growth, but none can be more drastic than the one they experienced in the year 2004. In 2004, they acquired Wings West, a name that should be familiar to anyone in the restyling industry. It was a much revered brand against which other competitors strived to be second.
They have expanded their warehouse from 45,000 square feet to over 100,000 square feet, their inventory is ample, and they strive to provide the fastest shipping possible.