Danger! There is a "Update " which contains new information (pictures, data, video). The new info you will find specially marked at the end of the article! In the middle of November last year, the tuner GSC (German Special Customs) presented two virtual drawings like him Tuning on the BMW I8 introduces and gave a preview of the body kit for the BMW I8, which will soon be released. At the same time, GSC announced that it would also offer various changes inside the BMW i8. While the body kit is still a while in coming, the interior package is already tied up and ready. The tuning team around GSC (German Special Customs) has on this BMW i8 made the changes below:
(Photos: GSC - German Special Customs)
- The tuner picks up on the two-tone design from the outside inside
- two-tone interior (gray and blue)
- Leather seats in gray / blue
- Dashboard Gray / Blue
- Door panels gray / blue with the logo of the tuner
- Steering wheel gray / blue
- various carbon strips
Currently in progress:
- Body kit (individual bumpers front and rear, new bonnet, new side skirts)
- new tailpipes
- new wheels
Update from "12.01.2016/XNUMX/XNUMX"
There is new information about the above-mentioned vehicle which we can of course not withhold from you. At the end of December, the tuner published a picture that shows the I8 with a bumper prototype that is said to weigh only 3kg and is made of carbon. Visually, this definitely looks harmonious and painted in the body color should go very well with the silhouette of the eco-athlete.
Maybe there will soon be an update with information and pictures. If this is the case we will of course also put it online and inform you about it.
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