You didn’t think that BMW’s first i-series models, the i8 hybrid coupe and the electric i3 hatchback, would avoid the touch of the tuning industry, did you? While seen here in rendered concept form, Lumma Design’s CLR i8 and CLR i3 point to what we should expect in the near future once the cars begin to arrive in the hands of their new owners.
For the 357hp (362PS) i8, the German tuner proposes a full carbon-fiber kit comprising a front spoiler, side skirts and rear bumper with diffuser along with a tailor-made sticker set with lime-green accents and matte-black, spider-style alloy wheels.
The CLR i3?s appearance is modified with a front spoiler lip, a specially designed hood and side skirts, all of which are all made of high-strength and ultra-light carbon. It too gains a different set of rims.
Lumma Design did not say if and when it will introduce these parts for the BMW models.