3D Design has delivered one of the best-looking M8s we've ever seen.
The BMW M8 Gran Coupe is by far and away one of our absolute favorite cars from the Bavarian automaker with gorgeous styling to match its impressive performance. Yet, no matter how good something is, it can always be improved. While the likes of AC Schnitzer can offer you more power, 3D Design will enhance the looks of your M8. Most times, when tuners try to add to a car that's already pretty handsome, the end result is cringeworthy. However, 3D Design has a good track record with its subtle but effective mods, and those on the M8 GC are no different.
The body additions are simple but effective. The front kicks things off with a new lip that follows the curvaceous design of the standard bumper. Then there are the side skirt extensions that are similarly well-sculpted and taper towards the front, giving the whole profile of the car a lower appearance and a more meaty rear end. Speaking of the rear end, what's a body kit without a new spoiler on the trunk? Along with wraparound fins that meet at the rear wheel arches, there's also a new diffuser that is larger than the standard setup but doesn't look unnecessarily bulky either.
All of these parts are made from lightweight dry carbon fiber, resulting in a total weight gain of just 6.6 pounds. The inside also gets some upgrades, and true to form, they're tastefully subtle. Carbon-fiber paddle extensions reside behind the steering wheel, but you can spec aluminum ones too that would likely look more elegant. These tie in with aluminum pedals that give the interior a bit of a race car feel. Fortunately, the modifications make little difference to the car's mass. The final touch is a set of forged 21-inch 3D Design wheels, and we have to say that they look absolutely perfect. Overall, the whole package is stunning; well done, 3D Design.