We’ve already talked about ENLAES and their work done on a BMW M6 a few months back, but now they have another M6 Coupe they’ve equipped with their carbon fiber aero parts.
Not much is really known about ENLAES, but we have a feeling we’ll be hearing more about them in the future. Created in early 2013 by John Morgan Evans and Alex Weld, ENLAES was formed out of the idea that “ENLightened AESthetics” was to be the driving force behind their design and production.
Like many before them, ENLAES is concentrating on giving the cars a more aggressive and aerodynamics oriented carbon fiber parts , as well as other other high-performance applications.
You will notice their parts look a bit different than what is currently offered by similar companies that produce carbon fiber aero parts. Many will be impressed by the bold approach to create aftermarket aero additions, like the ones seen on this M6. Some may not appreciate this beefed up selection, but some owners may be looking just for that.
Their kit for the BMW M6 Gran Coupe consists of a carbon fiber front spoiler, made of two pieces, a set of side skirts with add-ons aero blades and a three-piece diffuser in the rear. All these parts gracefully increase the aesthetics of the M6 and improve downforce.
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