The full kit is currently available in two forms of fibre-reinforced plastic (FRP) costing US$34,000 (RM140,000) or carbon fibre-reinforced plastic (CFRP) at US$38,000 (RM156,000).
Although the Japanese company recommends that the full kit should be installed, parts such as the bumpers, wings and diffusers are individually available.
The kit includes wide fenders; front bumper and diffuser at US$6,500 (RM27,000); rear bumper at US$5,500 (RM22,600); rear diffuser at US$3,000 (RM12,300); side diffusers at US$4,500 (RM18,500) and a large rear wing at US$6,500 (RM27,000).
If going for the CFRP treatment, the rear bumper will be omitted from the list, which will now include the front bumper and diffuser costing US$7,500 (RM31,000); rear diffuser at US$4,000 (RM16,440); side diffusers at US$5,500 (RM22,600) and the rear wing at US$7,500 (RM31,000).
A dry carbon fibre wing is also available for US$11,800 (RM48,500) or if opted as part of the full kit, then the final price would be US$42,380 (RM174,000).
When fitted, the company says that the car will almost resemble a 650S GT3 racecar and according to the company, as intricate as the parts' design may be, fitment is as easy as plug-and-play.
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