Japanese tuners create wasabi-coloured BMW i8 nightmare
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Modifying the BMW i8 is a tricky task to take on, considering it's one of the most outlandish-looking cars currently in production, most tuners stay away well clear of it.
Japanese based company EVE.RYN decided to take on this challenge, and have created what they call the E.N.ARMY EDITION.
Featuring a tonne of exterior modifications, the i8 Roadster is transformed into an army themed street fighter that would look right at home in the parking garage of Tokyo Drift.
Looking at the front of the car, the tuning company have designed a brand new bumper that features a lot of carbon fibre bits. This theme continues down the side of the vehicle, and the huge fender flares are quite hard to miss.
The overfenders combined with the multi-piece gold wheels make the updated i8 look right at home amongst the current tuning trends.
The first thing that will catch your eye at the rear of the vehicle is the enormous wing with its huge end pieces. The rear bumper follows the same theme as the front one, and comprises of mostly carbon parts sitting above a carbon diffuser.
While the colour might not be your style, the army themed greens are extremely attention-grabbing and make a statement. If this scheme isn't your thing, EVE.RYN previously built a roadster in a solid red that's a little easier on the eye.
Despite completely overhauling the exterior of the i8, they haven't touched the powertrain at all. So whilst this car may look like it eats supercars for breakfast, you won't be beating any Lamborghinis down the strip with its 275kW.