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3D Design Shows Off BMW M235i Program

BMW might not have a proper M car in the 2 Series range at the moment but that doesn’t mean that tuners are not doing their best to create all sorts of kits to make the M235i as crazy as possible. The latest company to show off its products for the 2er is 3D Design.
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The Japanese tuner released a full photo gallery, showcasing its latest products for the crazy car that took us all by surprise. Their products are made of carbon fiber, as we all expected, to make sure they don’t fiddle with the car’s weight.

The program includes every aerodynamic part you could think of, just like is the case on all other cars they ‘took care of’ over the years, since the company’s first baby steps with an E36, back in 1998.

Therefore, interested customers can add a carbon fibre front lip spoiler, carbon fibre trunk spoiler, new exhaust tips and a new rear diffuser to their rides, to make them stand out in the crowd.

All products are plug and play, being built to the exact specifications in Japan, using Japanese materials. Now, we know that German and Japanese manufacturers have been going at it for quite some time now but that doesn’t have to come in between a German car and Japanese manufacturer.

The photos below are perfect to showcase just how much of a difference these parts make. Their main problem is that BMW is also offering similar products for the M235i, as part of their M Performance Parts endeavor.

Since both are done using the best materials and to perfect specifications, it’s quite hard to choose between them, right? We’re guessing it will all come down to the pricing, where BMW might lose, due to its pricing strategy.

 
 
 
 
 

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