It's not every day that we modify an R8, but when we do, it's because our aesthetic is in line with the owners goals of creating a timeless looking car that will still create lasting impressions in the minds of curbside onlookers.
This R8 has been equipped with a set of H&R Sport Springs which lower the car ever so slightly to eliminate some of the factory delivered wheel gap and still retain enough ground clearance that you can still manage your way into the parkade in your downtown condo. The wheels are the most notable change and are provided in the way of a set of Forged 2 piece Monolook wheels from Rotiform. The QLB is a very detailed spoke design which gives a nod to the old school mesh style wheels of the 80's and 90's but sharpens the lines and lends its design to the bold sharp curves of the R8.
To prepare pedestrians for a snapchat or instagram post, the R8 has been fitted with an Akrapovic exhaust so they'll be sure to hear it coming from a few blocks away. But if you choose to sneak up on your valet as you approach your destination, the Akrapovic system comes with an optional remote system that can close the valves and tame the loud pipes.
To finish off the Suzuka Grey exterior the side markers have been removed and smoothed and painted in the factory paint to get rid of those orange and red slivers that reside on the fenders.