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It’s actually #WideBooty. That’s how Allroad Outfitters describes their latest S3 build. Of course widebody add-on panels were one of the most popular upgrades on the SEMA scene this year and this Audi S3 featured with Toyo Tires was very much part of that trend.
The keen Audi enthusiast eye will note that this Daytona Grey S3 with its red accented interior is one of the limited edition launch spec versions of the S3 sedan that harkened the model’s arrival. That said, the modifications go well beyond the unique build spec.
Most apparent is the aforementioned wide body kit. That bodywork comes courtesy of AeroWerks. This new package includes the carbon front lip, side skirts, diffusor, rear wing and of course the fenders flares. For now it is painted Daytona Grey to match the car, though new pieces constructed of carbon fiber will by the first of the year. Each of these parts has been designed so as to be compatible with both the S3 (shown) and also the A3 S line.
Under the hood resides a fairly in-depth list of upgrades. The setup begins with APR Stage 2 software, an APR Cold Air Intake and BORLA ATAK turbo-back exhaust. Short term future plans see this being augmented as well, with APR Stage 3 turbo upgrade and custom electronic valving for the BORLA exhaust.
Stopping power is further augmented thanks to Brembo. The S3 has been fitted with the brake company’s GT brake kit that swaps in 350 mm 2-piece cross-drilled rotors with 6-piston calipers.
The car’s ride height has been dropped in a way that seemingly only air can manage. The suspension kit is courtesy of AirLift, including its +3H management system.
Wheels fitted to the car are a set of RAYS TE37 RT in 18×11 front and rear and painted Burning Red. They’re fitted, quite obviously, with a set of the latest Toyo Proxes.
The interior of the car is also set to get an upgrade soon. Allroad Outfitters reports a set of Sabelt racing seats will go in shortly.
Another regular partner of Allroad Outfitters is Thule and in as much this car wore some of the latest in roof rack kit. Specifically, the car used a set of Aeroblade cross bars paired with Thule 480R Rapid Traverse Foot Pack. Word is that the Force cargo box installed isn’t yet available in America, but it looked great atop the S3.
More Information: Allroad Outfitters