Larte’s new Performance line was created exclusively for BMW models, specifically the X3 (G01), X4 (G02) and X5 (G05) crossovers, all of which were made to look a little more sporty.
Until now, Larte Design’s portfolio included kits for brands such as Mercedes-Benz, Maserati, Range Rover, Lexus and even Tesla. Adding BMW to the mix should help them expand their customer base, even though most of their work revolves around SUVs.
Starting with the BMW X5, its premium kit is said to embody “the boldest ideas, advanced developments and experience of LARTE Design masters, elevating this crossover to the rank of automotive masterpieces.”
One innovation for the X5 is the aged bronze coating of its exterior and interior elements. Other features include the rear diffuser with aluminum trapezoidal pipes, various carbon fiber elements, custom trunk lid spoiler, front spoiler lip, side skirts and those 22-inch forged wheels, which present an exclusive two-color aesthetic, combining gloss black and aged bronze.
Much of the same is true for the X4, which gains a custom rear diffuser with round pipes, a trunk lid spoiler, plus carbon fiber door sills, mirror covers, side air intakes and grille frame. However, we wouldn’t bet on that license plate holder to be real carbon fiber.
Last but not least we have the X3, featuring a carbon fiber lightweight splitter made to complement the original look of the M front bumper. The rear meanwhile houses a custom diffuser and trapezoidal pipes, to go with the carbon fiber door sills and 21-inch wheels.
What all of these mods have in common is that they’re quite subtle, which should suit certain buyers just fine.