RevoZport unveils the design of new racing body kit for Tesla Model 3
Hong Kong-based company RevoZport has unveiled the design of its new racing body kit for US electric vehicle maker Tesla’s Model 3 electric car. The new kit unveiled by RevoZport this week is called the R-Zentric Model R3 kit.
The new racing body kit unveiled by RevoZport for Tesla Model 3 is an impressive aftermarket body kit which will give the vehicle an aggressive look.
In its unveiling of the design of the new R-Zentric Model R3 kit, RevoZport said that “the performance styled widebody design” of the kit enables the extension of the vehicle’s trackwidth by 15mm on each side. The company also added that the new kit “offers total body refinement.”
According to details disclosed by RevoZport, the new R-Zentric Model R3 kit has been custom designed for Model 3 after extensive research, and has been hand-made from Carbon Kevlar Composite. Some of the features of the body kit include Front Splitter with Side Blades, Front Extended Fenders, M3R GT Spoiler, and Rear Ground Tunnel System.
Revealing the shipping of the new R-Zentric Model R3 kit will commence in the coming weeks, RevoZport said that the cost of the kit will start from “around $9,500.” The company also added that the options available for the kit will include “Gloss or Matte finishes and an exclusive RevoZport Forged Carbon finish.”
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