Duke Dynamics introduced a widebody kit for the E89 BMW Z4.

Designed to give the model an aggressive look, the wide bodykit includes a new front bumper, revised side skirts and extended fenders.

To widen the rear end, the wheel arches are now 9 cm wider than the standard Z4 Roadster. In addition to changes for the wheel arches, the car includes a blacked out kidney grille, new hood, rear diffuser and quad exhaust pipes.

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A carbon fiber front lip spoiler and a “CSL” trunk are offered as well. Both are constructed from carbon fiber and fiberglass reinforced plastic. This particular car has also been equipped with 20×9 at the front with a 5 mm spacer and 20×11 at the rear SSR Executor CV01 wheels that are wrapped in Nitto Invo rubber.

The BMW Z4 sDrive35is doesn’t get a power upgrade, so it still delivers an impressive 335 hp at 5,800 rpm and a maximum of 370 lb-ft of torque between 1,400 and 4,500 rpm with the Overboost function enabled.

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The carbon fiber body kit costs $10,400 (€7,585) and is currently available for order.