3D Design Aero Program For The BMW F80 M3

BMW M3, Models, Tuning | February 15th, 2015 by 5
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There is a wide variety of carbon fiber parts manufacturers in the world today and one of these companies is 3D Design based in Japan …

There is a wide variety of carbon fiber parts manufacturers in the world today and one of these companies is 3D Design based in Japan and known for their exciting BMW tuning projects.

Recently, 3D Design has released several parts for the new BMW F80 M3 and they’ve created a photoshoot of a Yas Marina Blue M3 equipped with their carbon fiber aero program.

Their BMW F8X aero program consists of a carbon fiber front lip, a front spoiler, a rear diffuser, side skirts and a trunk spoiler made out of carbon fiber too. Their carbon fiber additions may not be as aggressive as their competition’s products, but overall, it’s a nice and clean solution for owners that want to spice up their vehicle’s exterior.

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Please take a look at the additional images from this photoshoot in the gallery we’ve added right below.

3D Design Aero Program For The BMW F80 M3

3D Design Aero Program For The BMW F80 M3

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