Lots of smart car owners do it , it looks good . They usually add a center exhaust . Eventually aftermarket will make parts for the IQ . There is also continental spare tire carrier and i believe the company that makes them for smart makes one for the IQ .
I never had stripes on my MINIs....had a grievance with BMW over their disregard for proper and traditionally-correct placement on the bonnet and never got over it. But then again...I also never owned an S.
Probably wouldn't do stripes on an iQ either...it's great for a show car and all but I like being in stealth mode when I'm out on the roads. Stripes can scream, "I'm fast" when everyone knows full well that's a joke. About all I have to say in that regard comes from the glints of red coming from the undercarriage, which doesn't say "I'm fast" as much as it says "I may not slow down in the upcoming corner." Of course, nobody knows that.
For me personally (my iQ is BP), some type of ghost stripe would be the only way to go. I have puzzled over this (because I sit and stare at my iQ whenever I get the chance), never quite sure how to handle the front end, as in where to stop the stripes. The HL iQ picured above has a slope to each side of the stripe, but that's because of the different shape of the euro grill (I like the Scion grill more). Being able to end the stripes with a straight edge seems much cleaner.
If I ever got serious about such a project, it would no doubt find its way into Photoshop well before pulling the trigger. That might help out the installer, too.
From surfcitylocal on a Windows PC:
"You can use a photo storage service such as Photobucket to store your photos. Upload the pics to the storage site and use the link provided to post the pictures on the forums. That's how I do it. Your pictures will be posted in a nice size that's easy to see but doesn't take too long to load."
I use a Chromebook running the Chrome browser and store my photos on the cloud at https://picasaweb.google.com also for free and just "copy image" and "paste" my photos.