If there is a brand that benefits of the tuning companies’ attention that certainly is BMW. The German cars have always been challenges for both the experienced and the beginners in the tuning field. The BMW i3 EV is relatively a new vehicle. And this is precisely why not many tuning companies created an upgrading program for it. Eve Ryn, a Japanese tuning firm, has just come up with a tuning idea for the electric vehicle.
Since we don’t hear every day about tuning programs coming from Japanese companies, it is rather exciting to see what the Asians have to show to the public. And this is how the BMW i3 gained flared fenders, a restyled front bumper with faux large air intakes, new rear diffuser and a few other carbon fiber elements. Eve Ryn has also equipped the car with a new set of two-tone 20-inch wheels. There are no details about any other changes. The tuning program seems quite aggressive and it appears to be on moving sands. But take a look at the pictures and judge for yourself.
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