Of the two BMWs in the i sub-brand, the BMW i3 has received a little more love from tuners than the bigger, sportier i8.
The guys from 3D Design and Studie Japan are responsible in part for this, as they have brought yet another tuning project for the BMW i3.
We all know how much Japanese love kei cars, so it sort of makes sense why there is so much love for the small city car. The tuning kit contains only aesthetic upgrades, as no aftermarket specialist has yet to meddle with the powertrain. That being said, this particular kit is quite awesome.
First off, it is obvious that the tuners decided to go with a new paint job, sporting a Fire Orange color, and an interesting design. Along with a set of MAK wheels, the BMW i3 also received a lowering kit, bringing the car closer to earth by 30mm. The fitted a new roof spoiler as well as a new front lip spoiler, which is nicely complemented by a redesigned grille. Inside we find more of the same theme, as much of the upholstery has been dyed orange. The seats were replaced by Recaro LX-F seats, and as a final nice touch, the BMW active sounds was set to be able to reproduce the sounds of an inline 6, V8, V10 or even a V12 engine.