Finally, you can have the same kit with all of the above upgrades plus a vented hood. With the hood and wing made from FRP, this costs $10,780, while CFRP parts would set you back $12,980.
One can opt for individual pieces if the complete look is too extreme. The front bumper costs $1,100, the front canards cost $330, and the side skirt extensions will set you back $825. The rear diffuser is an $825 item. That rear wing costs $2,530 in FRP form and $3,850 in carbon fiber. The hood costs $1,650 and $2,530, respectively, and the ducted front fenders cost $1,320.
Whichever level of extremism you opt for, this kit makes the GR86 look like nothing else on the road. Is that good or bad? We’ll let you decide.
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