RevoZport announces new aftermarket racing body kit for Tesla’s Model 3 electric car
Hong Kong-based company RevoZport has announced a new aftermarket racing body kit for the Tesla Model 3 electric car. The recently unveiled design of the RevoZport body kit for the Model 3 indicates that the kit will give the vehicle an aggressive new look.
Revealing that the new “custom designed” Model 3 racing body kit -- called the R-Zentric Model R3 kit -- is a result of the use of “sophisticated state of the art manufacturing processes ,” RevoZport said that the shipping of the kit will be started by the company in the coming weeks.
According to the details shared by RevoZport, the cost of the new body kit for Model 3 will start at “around $9,500.” The body kit will be available in the option of “Gloss or Matte finishes and an exclusive RevoZport Forged Carbon finish.”
Revealing that the R-Zentric racing body kit for Model 3 boasts a ‘performance styled widebody design,’ RevoZport said that some of the features of the kit include Extended Side Skirts, M3R GT Spoiler, Front Extended Fenders, and Front Splitter with Side Blades.
RevoZport asserted that the new Model 3 racing body kit is hand made from Carbon Kevlar Composite, to offer “total body refinement.” The company further added that the kit highlights a “unique intelligent aerodynamic thinking and styling” for the purpose of achieving optimal demands of power delivery.
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