The Tesla Model 3 is a remarkable EV. In fact, it’s a remarkable car full-stop. When we put the 444hp Performance version up against the BMW M3 on track, it was the Tesla that came out on top.
Though, the 3’s looks hardly match its huge ability. TG’s Chris Harris described it as “an AK-47 disguised as a butter knife.”
Luckily, fellow Californian company Vorsteiner will rectify this with, well, all of the carbon fiber.
What do you think of its efforts? It’s certainly bold. Anything with a diffuser that big deserves some respect. And it’s certainly not boring.
All of the carbon parts are bolt-on, and the kit includes a spoiler, front splitter and side skirts to match that rear diffuser. Essentially the Model 3 has been given the old school Need for Speed treatment.
To match the styling changes, Vorsteiner has also fitted some striking 21-inch wheels wrapped in Michelin Pilot Super Sport tires. Lovely job. Don’t expect any mechanical alterations though—the looks are your lot.
So, what do you think? Has Vorsteiner managed to improve on Elon’s original?
NOTE: This article first appeared on TopGear.com. Minor edits have been made.